Archive For: Micronutrients

Lawn & Garden Article
Apr 11 2017
Soil compaction is a real issue in many yards of American homeowners; and over the years, many of us have experienced or thought “I have nothing but clay in my yard”. However the truth of the matter usually is; No, we actually have dead soil!
Case Study
Apr 11 2017
Our case studies are a true testament to the continued power of our product line; one such example includes the application of our products to fields yielding one of everyone’s favorite fruit: the strawberry.
Case Study
Apr 11 2017
BioFlora became actively involved in several trials to determine if our sustainable approach to agriculture could help mitigate decades worth of damage, and begin rebuilding the health of many oil palm plantings.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
BioFlora conducted a four year trial on an avocado field to help mitigate sodium buildup, which had occurred due to the use of sodium irrigation water and a prolonged drought.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
BioFlora® conducted a field trial to determine if our products would help suppress several pathogens that were damaging a lemon grove.
Case Study
Apr 6 2017
BioFlora conduced a trial on carrots in Lancaster, California to test whether the addition of BioFlora products would increase yield, crop quality, and soil tilth.
Case Study
Mar 24 2017
BioFlora conducted several trials throughout the world to help potato growers improve their soil conditions, market value and potato crop quality.
Lawn & Garden Article
Dec 7 2016
Communing with soil microbes is the order of the day. We know a fraction of what these tiny animals do to aid in plant growth. All plant growth, be it single cell algae or the mighty sequoias or saguaro cacti basking in the desert sun, relies on millions of microorganism for survival.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 17 2016
Home gardeners guide to valuable tips & tricks for lively barerooted plants.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
Tropical plant fertilization can vary, however, it will always need the proper nutrients to live up to its full potential.