Research and Development
Research proves that the proper health and function of soils and plant physiology improves nutrient uptake and utilisation, supporting and enhancing plant and animal growth - and ultimately our health. Having a sound nutritional and bio-stimulant programme leads to improved nutrient density, reduced input costs and ensures better on-farm productivity.
Smart biological management can alter the nutritional quality and palatability of pasture species, row and fruit crops. Insect and disease pressures are directly and indirectly related to soil health and nutrition. Our innovative solutions to soil and plant care achieve quality and yield without compromise to the environment and help to exceed regulatory.
Non-irrigated conventionally grown wheat with the addition of 2 applications of NZBioActive shows increases in yield response and thousand seed weight (TSW) as well as reduced screenings
Comparable dry matter performance of several seaweed extracts used in post-emergence tank-mix with RoundUp
Field evaluation and dose fixation programme of new pgr against tomatoBikash Bera /West Bengal / 2019
New PGR significantly increased the No. branch, flower and fruit setting of tomato as compared to control.
More greenery effect has been observed in the NZBioActive as compared to untreated control.
Field evaluation and dose fixation programme of new pgr on cucumberHiru Maan / West Bengal / 2019
Results: Among the dosage best result was observed NZBioActive=New PGR @ 5 ml/ltr. was found to be more No. of leaf (23.47%)respectively over control.
Better plant growth and plant colour has been observed in the treatments NZBioActive, as compared to other treatments and control.
Hold onto more N, naturally
50% reduction in N-fertiliser use (CAN) with NZBioAmino inclusionResults:
50% reduction in N-fertiliser use (CN) with NZBioAmino inclusionResults:
Varying rates of NZBioAmino applied to evaluate effectiveness on flowering and productionResults:
High-value fruit protection
Reduction of late harvest grape splitting
Mitigation of rain splitting in cherries
Reduced incidence of fruit splitting when evaluated using the “Cracking Index” methodology
Fruit split preventative evaluation on cherries