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Not All Agronomic Microbial Solutions are Created Equally, Part 2

Not All Agronomic Microbial Solutions are Created Equally

BiOWiSH HoloGene 3™ technology, however, represents a new type of Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer, one which addresses the challenge of delivering soil nutrients to the plant where they’re needed instead of just ensuring that they stay in the soil. This is achieved through multiple modes of action, including both direct and indirect microbial nutrient uptake enhancements. It addresses multiple nutrients at the same time.

Not All Agronomic Microbial Solutions are Created Equally

Not All Agronomic Microbial Solutions are Created Equally

Stimulating the existing native microbes to support the plant and all its developmental functions is the more effective and preferred approach over introducing large numbers of non-native microbes to the soil.

BiOWiSH Technologies and SABIC Agri-Nutrients Company Announce Bio-Enhanced Mineral Fertilizer Collaboration

CINCINNATI, OHIO — July 21, 2022— BiOWiSH Technologies, Inc. and SABIC Agri-Nutrients Company (SABIC AN) announced the successful completion of a year-long technical evaluation of BiOWiSH® Crop Liquid technology coated on SABIC’s urea in nine countries across five continents and nine different crop types. BiOWiSH® Crop Liquid is a blend of proprietary microbial cultures that can … Read more

BiOWiSH Technologies Director of R&D Named Chair of TFI Task Force

CINCINNATI, OHIO — May 3, 2022— BiOWiSH Technologies, Inc. today announced the appointment of John Gorsuch, Director of Research and Development, to lead The Fertilizer Institute’s (TFI) Microbiological Laboratory Methods Task Force. “The formation of this task force is critically important to our industry,” said Gorsuch. “The task force will contribute to the common goal … Read more

Overcoming Increasing Fertilizer Prices Sustainably

This year’s planting season has already been majorly affected by the soaring cost of fertilizers – the cost of urea is up 149%, nitrogen is up 192% and ammonia is up 235%. Unfortunately, experts at the USDA don’t believe the cost will fall anytime soon. How can farmers adjust fertility programs to offset cost increases … Read more

Introducing the Hologenome Concept

The efficiency and environmental impact of food production is a major challenge facing the world today. Over the past decade, many scientific advancements have allowed us a better understanding of how the animals and plants in these systems function, and the role which beneficial microorganisms play in supporting these functions. This understanding has paved the … Read more

Indonesia Partner Presents Fertilizer Coated with BiOWiSH® Crop Liquid

The Indonesia BiOWiSH team is happy to share the success of the first Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer (EEF) we have in the Indonesian market together with our local partner PT Pupuk Indonesia (Persero). The first registered fertilizer coated with our BiOWiSH® Crop Liquid was produced last fall by one of PI’s subsidiaries, Pupuk Kalimantan Timur (PKT), with … Read more

Key Factors that Drive Better Crops

Tractor in field

While every farmer’s dream is a picture-perfect growing season that yields healthy crops from each seedling, there are many factors that prohibit this from becoming reality. Farmers are up against a myriad of challenges in their quest to ensure acceptable economic yields, many of which they have little control over particularly at the current time … Read more

Improve Your Avocado Production and Profits with BiOWiSH® Crop Products

Avocados have been hailed a superfood by American consumers for their healthy fat and fiber. Whether you love them because they are healthy or because they’re delicious, BiOWiSH has good news: our BiOWiSH® Crop Technology has proven to increase production and grower profit in a new study. Trial Results: Avocados Love BiOWiSH® Recently, Vietnam’s Research … Read more

Biodiversity is Key to Feeding the World, Says FAO

Our children depend on biodiversity for the food they eat. Our growers rely on biodiversity for the success of their farms. In fact, the global food and agriculture industries rely on biodiversity – but, according to the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), biodiversity is in trouble. But what exactly is biodiversity, and why is it … Read more