Agri-View Feature: Consider Bio-Enhanced Fertilizer

Agri-View - Consider Bio-Enhanced Fertilizer

Agri-View, a leading agricultural newspaper in Wisconsin, featured an article by Ronaldo Knychala, Senior Carbon Field Activities Manager for BiOWiSH Technologies. Climate-smart agricultural programs, often referred to as regenerative programs, are gaining momentum through various methods like carbon capture, no-till, cover cropping, biologicals and other greenhouse-gas-reducing practices. But selecting a program can be challenging because … Read more

Are All Agronomy Trials the Same?

photo of farmer and agronomist - BiOWiSH CDT vs On-Farm Demo Trials

Commercial Development Trials vs. On-Farm Demos A robust research and development (R&D) program is essential for any ag biological product to gain long-term traction in the marketplace. Organizations must demonstrate proven efficacy with valid evidence to show farmers that their products can enhance crop production and provide a return on investment. At BiOWiSH Technologies, we … Read more

BiOWiSH Technologies Adds Stephen Kent to Board of Directors

Stephen Kent - BiOWiSH Board of Directors

CINCINNATI — March 5, 2024 — BiOWiSH Technologies, Inc. has appointed Stephen Kent to its Board of Directors. Kent, who will serve as the SABIC Agri-Nutrients representative, has over 35 years of experience in operational, business development, management, and investment roles across various industries. He co-founded a private equity fund in London that specialized in … Read more

Part-3 — How BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer Provides Successful, Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations

image of corn field with three small graphics: crops, globe and hands holding growing plant. Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations: A Three-Part Series.

Part 3: Management Practices – Supporting Diverse Operations Through Fertilizer Choice and Compatibility Every farming operation is unique and requires its own set of management practices to support its business needs. BiOWiSH Technologies understands the complex challenges that the agricultural industry faces and strives to develop products that seamlessly integrate into a variety of farming … Read more

Syngenta Group’s MAP Launches Endos™ Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer in China

On the heels of announcing our partnership with Syngenta Group’s Modern Agriculture Platform (MAP) in China, the company gathered on January 22, 2024 in Wuwei, Gansu Province to officially launch its new enhanced efficiency fertilizer (EEF) product called Endos™.  The product’s name, Endos™, is derived from its use of endophytic microorganisms. The EEF leverages BiOWiSH® … Read more

Over 5 Million Acres of Farmland Globally Use BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer

Over 5 Million Acres of Farmland Globally Use BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer

BiOWiSH® stands as out as one of the few microbial fertilizer enhancements that is recommended for coating of straight urea, the world’s most-used fertilizer. Adding BiOWiSH® directly to fertilizer creates a new class of Bio-Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer (EEF) and makes it an easy fertility program modification for farmers looking to benefit from improved nutrient use efficiency and optimized yield potential.

Part-2 — How BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer Provides Successful, Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations

image of corn field with three small graphics: crops, globe and hands holding growing plant. Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations: A Three-Part Series.

Part 2: Climates – Product Success in Diverse Agronomic and Climatic Settings Around the World In addition to complementing a wide variety of crops, as discussed in Part 1 of this blog series, BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer is also designed to be used in different agronomic systems around the world with varying climates, soil types, management … Read more

Ferramentas de Sensoriamento Remoto na — Monitoramento de Ensaios BiOWiSH® usando NDVI

soybean field soybean trial using NDVI tools soybean rows prior to canopy

As ferramentas de sensoriamento remoto e a sua utilização são comuns na produção agrícola atual, como uma forma de monitorar o estado de uma cultura em crescimento, prevenir quaisquer potenciais problemas, ou identificar áreas de um campo que precisam de ser examinadas pessoalmente. Por estas razões, os ensaios de demonstração do BiOWiSH na produção agrícola … Read more

How BiOWiSH® Enhanced Fertilizer Provides Successful, Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations: A Three-Part Series

image of corn field with three small graphics: crops, globe and hands holding growing plant. Consistent Results for an Array of Global Agricultural Operations: A Three-Part Series.

Agricultural practices vary significantly around the world depending on many critical factors including climate, terrain, tradition, and accessible technology. While the United States, Brazil, Europe and Australia have many large-scale farms that rely on heavy machinery, many parts of Asia and Africa contain small-plot farms that require more labor-intensive, manual cultivation. Regardless of farming practices … Read more

Soluções inteligentes para o clima com o Fertilizante Melhorado BiOWiSH®

sustainability - world map on light bulb growing in soil

A perspectiva da BiOWiSH Technologies há muito se centra em tornar a agricultura mais eficiente e sustentável. Depois de mais de uma década de investigação aprofundada sobre microrganismos, bem como de um conhecimento profundo da agricultura de campo e da indústria de fertilizantes, a equipe da BiOWiSH desenvolveu um programa inovador com a nossa tecnologia … Read more