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INOCUCOR’S MICROBIAL CROP INPUTS ARE IMPORTANT TOOLS FOR GROWERS OF A WIDE RANGE OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS.

Inocucor’s products contain beneficial microorganisms that work together to substantially reduce the use of fertilizers and pesticides in agricultural systems. They promote crop productivity by increasing tolerance under abiotic stress conditions.

Learn more about the science behind Inocucor’s products here.

“Our strawberry crop was suffering from extreme stress. Sometimes there are few effective options to help save a crop. Inocucor revived our badly affected plants, and new growth appeared within four to five days. We were able to open on schedule for our U-Pick season and continued harvesting until season’s end.”

 —Herb Grafe, Knaus Berry Farm

Legumes

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ORGANIC GREEN BEAN SEEDLINGS

COTTLE ORGANICS
ROSE HILL, N.C.

Application of Inocucor to organic green bean seedlings during field transplantation improved plant growth and commercial field production.

Brassica Crops

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FALL BROCCOLI PRODUCTION TRIAL

STUDENT FARM ORGANIC GREENHOUSE
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CHARLESTON, S.C.

This study demonstrated a significant overall increase in production of broccoli with applications of Inocucor. In total, Inocucor-treated broccoli out-yielded control plants by 38 percent.

CUCURBIT CROPS

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GEORGIA WATERMELON APPLICATION NOTE

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
MOULTRIE, GEORGIA

This 2016 trial at the University of Georgia in Moultrie, Georgia, demonstrates the added benefits of Inocucor in production of conventional watermelon.

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ORGANIC WATERMELON YIELD TRIAL

CLAYTON RAWL FARMS
LEXINGTON, S.C

The data from this trial at a large commercial organic farm shows that treatments with Inocucor resulted in a significant increase in pounds per acre of watermelons harvested.

SOLANACEAE CROPS

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NITROGEN UPTAKE AND YIELD IN ORGANIC TOMATO PRODUCTION

STUDENT ORGANIC GREENHOUSE
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CLEMSON, S.C.

This research demonstrated improved production of organic tomatoes with application of Inocucor. Levels of nitrogen in tomato leaf tissue were also higher in treated plants, suggesting that applications of Inocucor may improve uptake of this critical macronutrient.

Berries

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STRAWBERRY GROWTH AND YIELD TRIAL

LAMBETH, ONTARIO
CANADA

This research demonstrated improved production of organic tomatoes with application of Inocucor. Levels of nitrogen in tomato leaf tissue were also higher in treated plants, suggesting that applications of Inocucor may improve uptake of this critical macronutrient.

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ORGANIC STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION TRIAL

VENTURA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

This 2016 trial demonstrated a 31.8% yield increase in Inocucor-treated strawberries. These berries had lower mortality rates than the control berries, and increased the grower’s return by over $11,000.

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QUEBEC MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD STRAWBERRY TRIAL

PLESSISVLLE, QUEBEC

This trial showed a 25% yield increase in Inocucor-treated plants. It was conducted in conjunction with a MAPAQ initiative to evaluate methods to increase strawberry production between harvests.