BioConsortia, Inc. today announced the company has been nominated as a finalist for the 2022 S&P Global Commodity Insights’ Crop Science Awards in the category of Best R&D Pipeline. The highly coveted awards, formerly known as the Agrow Awards, draw submissions from around the world highlighting the creativity and innovation permeating the industry. The nomination coincides with results from 2022 trials conducted in 20 states confirming superior product performance in the field.
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A lifelong advocate for the environment, at 25 years old, Marcus Meadows-Smith walked and hitch-hiked across Africa from Cape Town to London. Today, he also owns and operates Great Bear Vineyards, an award-winning winery in Davis, Calif.
The Mosaic Company and BioConsortia, Inc. have extended their agreement (see 2BMonthly December 2020), and agreed to develop and launch nitrogen-fixing microbial products for all crops, including corn, wheat, rice, fruit and vegetables in China, India, Thailand and Vietnam. BioConsortia’s microbes naturally fix atmospheric nitrogen, converting it to ammonia, and make it available to the crops during the growing season. BioConsortia’s nitrogen fixing microbes are also applied as seed treatments and in-furrow for row crops, and as drench and through drip irrigation for fruit and vegetables.
INCREASED NEMATODE CONTROL AND CROP YIELDS ARE PERKS OF THESE NEMATICIDES.
In the first quarter of 2022, Mosaic has a pair of announcements about its expanding biological product marketing and portfolio.
Major investments are bringing more products to the field By Margy Eckelkamp | @FarmersAdviser
New Nitrogen-Mixing Microbial Collaboration The Mosaic Company and BioConsortia have entered into a collaboration to develop and launch nitrogen-fixing microbial products for corn, wheat and other major non-legume row crops. … Continue reading Fertilizer Focus Jul-Aug 2021
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