INVESTIGATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Effect of Bioamino-L Usage in Avocado Trees. Panquehue, Fifth Region, Chile. 2018/2019 Season. (GAMA)
Trial carried out by GAMA in Hass orchard. Trial results show how Bioamino-L, by activating soil life and strongly enhancing root development, achieves positive effects on final yield, with a higher fruit production in the most profitable sizes.
Biological activator (Bioamino-L) on Santina/MaxMa14 Cherry Trees. Palquibudi, Rauco.
Maule Region. Chile. 2020/21 Season. INNOVAFRUT.
Trial results show how Bioamino-L, by activating soil life and strongly enhancing root development, achieves positive effects on final fruit quality and size distribution, as well as improving soil quality which makes sustainable productions posible over time, placing Bioamino-L as an interesting strategy to be applied in cherry trees during pre-harvest and post-harvest.
Effect of Bioamino-L along with Inoculant as Seed Treatment on Soybean Crop. 2018/19, Santa Fe, Argentina.
Trial carried out by Margarita Sillón–from the National University of Litoral–and the Sillon & Asoc. Crop Health Center.
Along with Bradhirizobium on seed treatment, Bioamino-L increased final yield of soybean crop.
Bioamino-L® as a Supplement to the Vegetative Development on Cherry Trees.
Santina/Gisela 12. Planting Year: 2014. Rosario, Rengo, Chile. 2017/18. AVIUM.
This trial led by the Technical Director of AVIUM–Carlos José Tapia T., Agronomist, M.Sc.–assessed the effect of Bioamino-L applied on cherry trees at pre-harvest. It showed an increase in CEC, yield, size, dry matter and calcium in fruit, and color concentration.