Irrigation Deficit Study Shows 40 Bushel Yield Increase

An Irrigation Deficit Study in Yuma, Colorado showed that the application of Lot 125® increased corn yields by nearly 30% with less water. A typical 24 inch per season irrigation was reduced to only 18 inches in the study. The result was a $187 per acre increase over...
Why All Humic Acids Are Not Created Equal

Why All Humic Acids Are Not Created Equal

As the use of humic acids become more prevalent in agricultural, turf, environmental, home & garden and other applications, the prospective customer may well ask the question, “What is the difference in humic acid products?” Since Global Organics is...
Soil Microbes and Nutrient Uptake

Soil Microbes and Nutrient Uptake

Improvement in crop growth obtained from crop and soil management practices is the result of increased activity of microbes in the vicinity of plant roots (the rhizosphere). There is still much unknown in the relationship of roots and microbes because of the...
Soil, Microbes and Water Management

Soil, Microbes and Water Management

The following research article, developed by BioFlora’s team at the Integrated Life Science Research Center, describes how soil structure and stability are critical factors for agricultural water management. Please share it with your PCA or call your BioLynceus®...
BioLynceus® Hemp Program

BioLynceus® Hemp Program

Strains of cannabis that lack THC are grown to produce products from food, to textiles and building materials. This regulated material is becoming an option for American farmers with state regulations opening up the previous restrictions on growing strains of...
Corn Testimonial

Corn Testimonial

Darwin Jeffers of Phillips County, CO used BioLynceus® Lot 125® on his 2010 Conservation Reserve Program breakout planted to dryland corn, and on his dryland wheat crop, in 2011. The corn made $311 profit over expenses at 82 volume per acre. The wheat made 52 volume...