The vision of BiOWiSH Technologies has long been focused on making agriculture more efficient and sustainable. After more than a decade of in-depth research on microorganisms, as well as gaining a thorough understanding of field agriculture and the fertilizer industry, the BiOWiSH team developed an entirely new way to increase crop production — with the … Read more
The BiOWiSH Technologies vision has long been focused on helping improve agricultural sustainability. Through extensive R&D, the BiOWiSH team discovered how to leverage our HoloGene 3™ technology as a fertilizer enhancement which increases nutrient use efficiency and supports nutrient uptake. We are continuing to invest in ways to help our partners with ongoing university studies … Read more
Recentemente, fizemos uma parceria com a revista CropLife para lançar um webinar técnico sobre os fertilizantes aprimorados por BiOWiSH®. O conteúdo da CropLife é direcionado para distribuidores, aplicadores e consultores agronômicos para os ajudar a melhorar as operações e aconselhar os produtores em relação a novos produtos, notícias do setor e alterações nos regulamentos governamentais. … Read more
Earn CEU Credit in Nutrient Management with this CropLife Webinar Featuring BiOWiSH BiOWiSH Technologies partnered with CropLife Magazine to release a technical webinar, “Laying the Groundwork for Better Yields and a Sustainable Future through Bio-Enhanced Fertilizers.” Webinar Description Learn about how microbes can be harnessed to optimize yield potential by improved nutrient uptake. Experts discuss … Read more
Blog Series Part 3 of 3: Trust but Verify Quality Standards The market for agronomic microbials is still fairly new and it’s changing rapidly. According to Markets and Markets, the agricultural biological industry is currently estimated at $12.9 billion USD and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% in the next five years, with … Read more
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.