Unleashing the Potential of Enviotics®: A Guide to Field Trials

Unleashing the Potential of Enviotics®: A Guide to Field Trials

Beneficial microbes (probiotics) are tiny, but their impact on our world is immense. These microscopic organisms play an important role in maintaining the health of our environment, plants, and ourselves. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in harnessing the power of plant probiotics to improve agricultural practices and promote sustainable farming. Field trials have emerged as a powerful tool to explore the potential of these microbes and unlock a world of possibilities. Nutrienvisus developed Enviotics®, plant probiotics to promote plants grow and stay healthy. Are your crop challenges caused by an imbalance of microbes or a lack of beneficial microbes? Starting field trials could help you to reduce your risks. 

What are field trials?

Field trials are experiments conducted in real-world agricultural settings to evaluate the effectiveness of new products, technologies, or practices. In the context of beneficial microbes, field trials involve the application of these products regularly to crops, growth media (soil or non-soil), or irrigation water to assess their impact on plant growth and health, nutrient uptake, and overall crop performance.

Why are field trials important?

Field trials provide valuable insights into the potential benefits and limitations of using beneficial microbes in agriculture. They allow researchers and farmers to observe the effects of microbial applications under real-world conditions, taking into account various factors such as soil type, climate, and crop variety. By conducting field trials, we can gather data on the performance of different microbial strains and optimize their application methods to maximize their benefits.

How are field trials conducted?

Field trials typically involve the following steps:

  1. Experimental design: Growers carefully plan the trial, considering factors such as plot size, replication, and control groups. The control groups are without treatments and/or competitor products (if any). This ensures that the results are statistically valid and reliable.
  2. Enviotics® application: The Enviotics® can be applied to the crops using various methods, such as seed coating, foliar spray, mixing with growth media, or growth media (soil) drenching.
  3. Data collection: Throughout the growing season, growers collect data on plant growth (plant size, leaves, flowers, and fruits), disease incidence, yield, and other relevant parameters. This data helps evaluate the impact of the Enviotics® applications on plant growth and economics.
  4. Data analysis: The collected data is analyzed using statistical methods to determine the significance of the microbial treatments and identify any trends or patterns.
  5. Interpretation and conclusions: Based on the results, growers can draw conclusions about the effectiveness of Enviotics® and their potential for commercial use.

Growers can talk to our team if they need help to set up the Enviotics® field trials. 

What can we learn from field trials?

Field trials provide valuable insights into the potential benefits of using new products such as: Enviotics® in agriculture. Field Trials can help us:

  • To measure how much crop growth, yield, and quality enhance.
  • To observe overall plant health (absence of plant diseases)
  • To monitor nutrient uptake and reduce fertilizer requirements
  • To start sustainable farming practices by reducing the need for chemical inputs
  • To optimize application methods to ensure maximum efficacy

Enviotics® Field trials are a crucial step in unleashing the potential of beneficial microbes in agriculture. They allow us to explore the vast world of microbes and their impact on plant health and productivity. By conducting rigorous and well-designed field trials, we can pave the way for a more sustainable and resilient agricultural future.

Please email us at info@nutrienvisus.com, WhatsApp 604 401 1722 to get more information on our Enviotics® that can help your current challenges in your operation.