News, Events & Case Studies

Lawn & Garden Article
Apr 18 2016
Planting a garden can be a rewarding experience, but the hard work that’s also involved will pay off only if there’s sufficient water for the fruits and vegetables to grow. Check out our four tips to keep your garden growing during a drought.
Press Release
Mar 22 2016
Knowledgeable growers who want to increase crop production are turning to the nutrient-rich ocean for assistance.
Press Release
Mar 3 2016
Now gardeners throughout Arizona can find BioFlora’s scientifically proven products in their local SummerWinds Nursery to brighten their begonias, and help their hostas.
Lawn & Garden Article
Feb 29 2016
Why are we talking about vines this time of year? Possibly because “fruit of the vine, bottle of wine” and a warm fire make for a very nice time! Or, more likely, planning for covering an outside wall or fence with a highly fragrant honeysuckle or jasmine vine this spring.
Case Study
Jan 10 2016
BioFlora® began a trial on Romaine Lettuce in Antigua, Guatemala to determine if adding several BioFlora products to a conventional fertilizer program would increase the shelf life and the size of the lettuce leaf.
Case Study
Nov 12 2015
The purpose of this trial was to determine if adding the BioFlora® product Humega® to a conventional fertilizer program would help to reduce or eliminate the incidence of the common plant disease, Sclerotinia sclerotorium.
Case Study
Aug 11 2015
The purpose of this trial was to test whether supplementing a conventional fertilizer program with BioFlora products on leaf lettuce would improve germination rate, weight and quality, reduce soil crusting, and inhibit Sclerotinia sclerotorium.
Agriculture Article
Jun 18 2015
Water is the key to life for all living things. Unfortunately, pollution of the world’s water supply has continued to be an issue for growers worldwide. Fortunately, BioFlora can help.
Press Release
Apr 10 2015
To help celebrate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, BioFlora® has partnered with the Earth Day Network in an effort to protect the planet by promoting sustainable farming practices.
Apr 1 2015

Merriam-Webster defines “humate” as “a salt of humic acid”. Humic acid is a combination of organic substances created as a result of the decomposition…