With the recent addition of another cluster of trial results we are well on our way to having one hundred summaries in our experiment evidence library that show the benefits of choosing and using our Polysulphate crop nutrition products.
Crops of tomato, watermelons, alfalfa, lettuce, potatoes and rice are the focus of the most recently published experiments. The benefits to yield, quality and more have been recorded during research in Malaysia, Italy, Brazil, Indonesia and Israel. The results have been summarized and added to the Polysulphate experiments library.
Well aware that farmers and their advisors weigh up lots of factors in choosing their fertilizer strategy, our agronomy and research teams measure many criteria. Very often, the performance of our crop nutrition products in a balanced fertilizer strategy is compared with farmers usual fertilizer practice.
The current total number of trial sheets on the multiple benefits – to crops and farm incomes – of our Polysulphate fertilizer products has passed the milestone of 75 and now stands at 78, measured in 20 nations and 40 crops. The trial sheets are easy to browse in the library, by country and by crop.
With all the other fertilizer performance trials we currently have underway around the world, it will not be long at all before we reach our next milestone of 100 agronomic experiments completed and shared.