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News, Events & Case Studies

Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 3 2016
As you peruse the airport gift shop, you become aware of tiny plaintive voices calling out, “Help me”, “Help me”! And, there they are, exotic cacti, boxed and waiting to be purchased and shipped to Uncle Fudd (I had one) in Maine or Aunt Etoile (I had one) in Kansas.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 3 2016
Most everyone knows best, on how to grow strawberries. Depending on where that everyone resides, there are absolute rules of engagement for producing sweeter, larger and redder strawberries.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 3 2016
Strap on your gardening tool belt, kick off shoes and socks and wriggle your toes in the grass and I do not mean artificial.
Case Study
Oct 24 2016
Wheat production has always been an important agricultural market worldwide. With this in mind, BioFlora has made it our mission to ensure that growers are able to harvest the maximum quantity and consumers have access to the highest quality wheat products on the market.
Case Study
Oct 14 2016
BioFlora® utilizes an exclusive combination of algae and micronutrients tailored to reduce the deficiencies present in most alfalfa crops in our new product, Alfalfa Blend.
Press Release
Sep 23 2016
Through years of research, BioFlora® has developed Humega® to assist in the microbial restoration process and restore soil ecology to depleted soils from overchemicalization.
Press Release
Sep 23 2016
BioFlora has introduced new package sizes for three of its most popular products—Seaweed Creme®, Soil Source®, and Dry Crumbles®—designed specifically for the home and garden market.
Lawn & Garden Article
Aug 12 2016
It’s one thing to be environmentally friendly, but the reality is that you want a good return on your investment. Over time, the BioFlora product line should help you do both
Press Release
Jul 28 2016
Natural additives keeps soil healthier so flowers flourish even during the worst summer heat.
Lawn & Garden Article
Jul 19 2016
Lo, the aphid—the bane of all gardeners. Closely inspecting the colorful “plant louse” will reveal that both winged and non-winged female adults appear to be engaged in a delightful dance. While siphoning plant sap from tender, new plant tissue, they are producing copious amounts of honeydew.