Case Studies

About BioFlora

BioFlora was founded in 1972 and was the first company to make up what is now Global Organics® Group. Global Organics® is the leading provider of biological nutrients for sustainable and healthy soil, plant, animal and human bioactivity and development. To learn more, visit www.globalorganicsgroup.com/.

Case Study: Carrots
Date of Trial: March 2011 to August 2011
Purpose of Trial: The purpose of this trial was to test whether the addition of BioFlora® products would increase yield, crop quality and soil tilth versus a grower's standard fertility program.
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Case Study: Lemons
Date of Trial: January 2012
Purpose of TrialTo determine if applying soil applications and foliar applications of several BioFlora® products would help increase yield and suppress the presence of Fusarium, Phytophtora, Pythium and Alternaria.
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Case Study: Red Onions
Date of Trial: June 2010
Purpose of Trial: To determine if adding the BioFlora® product Humega® to a conventional fertilizer program would help to reduce or eliminate the incidence of the plant disease Sclerotinia sclerotorium in the crops production.
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Case Study: Table Grapes 
Date of Trial: March 2010
Purpose of Trial: To determine if adding a soil treatment of Humega® and BioFlora Seaweed Creme® and a foliar treat- ment of DynaMega® 2-1-1, Fulmega™ 1% Mg, and BioFlora Seaweed Creme® would help enhance the soil, Brix levels, shelf life, and grape size of the treated crop.
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Case Study: Strawberries
Date of Trial: 2011
Purpose of Trial: To determine if Bio- Flora® products could increase quality and quantity in a high salt soil.
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Case Study: Romaine Lettuce
Date of Trial: November 2010
Purpose of Trial: To determine if adding the BioFlora products Humega, Fulvex, BioFlora Seaweed Creme, BioFlora Dry Crumbles 6-6-5+8% Ca and BioFlora 5-4-2 to a conventional romaine lettuce program would help increase the shelf life of the crop and size of the lettuce leaf.
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Case Study: Yellow Field Corn
Date of Trial: May - November 2011 
Purpose of Trial: To determine which of several applications of GOgreen® would increase weight and yield while lowering moisture levels in corn on both pH challenged and area-typical pH soils.
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Case Study: Wine Grapes
Date of Trial: August 2010
Purpose of Trial: To mitigate salt damage, increase the beneficial microbial diversity and population of soils, increase wood maturity, develop even ripening and enhance the quality of the grape must to produce a higher quality wine (to stabilize the fermentation process).
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