Soybean Trial Margarita Sillon

Effect of Bioamino-L along with Inoculant as Seed Treatment on Soybean Crop. 2018/19, Santa Fe, Argentina.

This trial was led by researcher Margarita Sillón–Agronomist graduated from the NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LITORAL–and the Sillon & Asoc. Crop Health Center.

The aim of this trial was to analyze the increase on soybean crop yield for the 2018/2019 season, using Bioamino-L applications vs standard inoculants and in combination with foliar fungicides on soybean.

In this trial, different doses of Bioamino-L (300 and 600 cc/100 kg/seed) were tested for seed treatment.

The results of using Bioamino-L as seed treatment showed increases on the following assessed parameters: plant emergence, plant vigor, root development, aerial biomass development and nodulation, which ultimately resulted in a significant increase in crop final yield. 


Along with Bradhirizobium on seed treatment, Bioamino-L increased final yield of soybean crop: a 33% increase using the dosage of 300 cc/100 kg of seed vs control (Bradhirizobium), and a 32% increase using the dosage of 600 cc/100 kg of seed vs control (Bradhirizobium) when the foliar fungicide was applied at R3. Bioamino-L on a dose of 600 cc/100 kg of seed achieved the highest yield. 

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