Archive For: Organics

Press Release
Nov 22 2017
BioFlora highlights how their unique products improve fertilizer applications at this one day summit
Press Release
Oct 31 2017
To alleviate the pressure put on growers to improve their soil conditions, improve yields, fight diseases and maintain high quality produce, BioFlora has developed IsoGreen®, a unique matrix of patented isolate technology, fresh water microalgae and organic acids that help restore the biological health of soil, improve plant growth and better resist plant pathogens.
Lawn & Garden Article
Sep 5 2017
Want to eat healthy and potentially save money? Start your own vegetable and herb garden!
Press Release
Aug 23 2017
BioFlora’s concentrated product builds roots for stronger growth and development of plants for more buds, flowers and fruits.
Press Release
Jun 26 2017
Fulvex is an organic, patented, one-of-a-kind liquid extract of fulvic substances derived from leonardite, that have been separated and blended through a unique proprietary process.
Press Release
Jun 26 2017
Farmers are investing more in nutrient management techniques that utilize and balance synthetic and organic fertilizers to maximize yields and build quality soil microbiology.
Press Release
Apr 26 2017
“This opportunity to give back to the community is part of the fabric of our culture” stated Luke Blotsky, CEO. “This is the second event our Helping Hands volunteers have attended, and we look forward to many more opportunities to help our community."
Press Release
Apr 25 2017
BioFlora offers effective solutions, such as GO Isolates, to assist farmers in managing disease that will increase their yields by out-completing or decreasing a pathogen’s strength and building an active microbial community.
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 7 2017
Melon consumption has remained high worldwide for a variety of reasons, our aim in this field study was to increase the production and quality of cantaloupes over a conventional fertilization program.