Case Study from Biome Makers: Biological Input Analysis
Rogitex inc. wanted to verify the effects of their agricultural ag input, Humic Land, on bell pepper on yields during a winter crop. Humic Land is a highly water-soluble organic soil amendment containing high Humic Acids and Fulvic Acids.
Rogitex inc. completed BeCrop® Trials to analyze the biological content of the ag-input product, Humic Land. The fields were divided into 4 sampling areas: 3 control (no treatment) and 1 Humic Land. The only difference between control 1, 2, and 3, and the Humic Land test group was the added soil amendment, Humic Land. The other 3 controls were harvested based on the same feed formula. The product was applied in three phases. The 1st application on Aug 15th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application, the 2nd application on Sept 5th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application, and the 3rd application on Oct 12th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application.
After the Humic Land treatment, the nitrogen metabolic pathway increased from low to high, resulting in a 27% higher yield than the 3 controls. BeCrop® Trials allowed Rogitex inc. to test their agricultural input performance and verify functional claims.
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