Rate: Applied at a rate of 200 litres p/ha in the second
layer furrow before ridging
Method: In separate spray tank on potato ridger
Notes: Herbicide and fertilizer were applied at the same time as the Quantum Growth but from a separate tank.
Method: 25 meters of every row on both the control and Quantum Growth applied hectares were cordoned off (approx. 300 m2). Within each section, every potato was weighed. This yielded a total weight for each section. The potatoes were then taken to separate sorting tables where both the control and the Quantum Growth potatoes were sorted into large, medium, small and wastage potatoes.
Quantum Growth® Increased Squash Harvest by 30%
39% Increase in Tomato Yield with Quantum Growth®
Difference in potato yield between the control section (left pallet) and the Quantum section (right pallet).
Figure 1. Control (right) and treated (left) 7 days after outplanting from the greenhouse. Visual difference in root mass and stalk girth. Note how the control root mass still maintains much of the shape of the tray it was outplanted from.
Figure 2. Control (left) and treated (right) at first flowering. Significant differences in the root mass and stalk girth continue to be observed.
Figure 3. Control (left) and treated (right) during fruit set. Along with larger root mass and stalk girth, the treated plants were setting more tomatoes.
Figure 4. The grower holding a control plant (left, his right hand) and a treated plant (right, his left hand). Note the root mass, amount of tomatoes and the higher degree of tomato uniformity and ripeness.
Figure 1. Early growth shows obvious benefit of inoculation with Quantum Growth.
Figure 2. The increased plant growth results from increased root mass in plants treated with Quantum Growth. This picture shows the difference between treated and control.
Results from squash trial in Central Florida. Control on the left. Quantum Growth treatment on the right.
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Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
October 24, 2012
Conduct a trial to determine the benefit of incorporating 1 gallon of Quantum Growth into their Green Pepper protocol (64 oz at transplant, 32 oz at pre-bloom and 32 oz at fruit set).
The trial used 25% less fertilizer than normally included in the protocol, resulting in a 24% increase in yield and a 30-fold return on investment.
Various potato growers in Sao Paulo, Brazil
In 2010, four potato growers in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil participated in a study to test the benefits of Quantum Growth on their crop. The experiment was supervised by Professor André Palermo Tonietti from UNIPINHAL, University of Pinhal located in the city of Espirito Santo do Pinhal.
Treatment with Quantum Growth improved overall productivity by 31%, providing an increased revenue of R$ 5,513.51.The University concluded that based on the results of the experiment, Quantum Growth Technology successfully demonstrated its potential as a productivity enhancer and results indicate that it can be used on the Brazilian Potato Production System with success.
H&R Farms, Glenville, GA
In such a competitive market farmers are always looking for means of assuring and improving their harvest. Squash is produced on over 46,000 acres in the US producing crops worth almost $250 million (2010).
H&R Farms heard of the benefits claimed by users of Quantum Growth products and decided to run a trial. Quantum Growth is a series of beneficial soil and plant microbial inoculants. They are the result of nearly a decade of research and development.
The technical support team at Ecological Labs developed a protocol for inoculating a trial section of the farm with Quantum Growth. The evidence of faster, healthier growth was evident just 16 days after planting. At harvest, the treated crops showed a 30% increase in yield versus control, from 8,800 to 11,424 average pounds per acre. The treated plants appeared significantly healthier throughout the trial. The microorganisms in Quantum Growth work naturally to provide food and energy for plants allowing them to focus on root growth and fruit production. This results in a healthier, heartier plant with increased yields and decreased dependency on supplemental irrigation, fertilizer, and pesticides.
The control plants (left) had a smaller root structure with less potato nodes compared to the Quantum plants (right).
The Nolt Farm experienced excellent results from the utilization of Quantum-Light® and Quantum-VSC® on a number of crops. They decided to extend the use of Quantum Growth to their tomatoes.
Using two applications of 32 oz. of Quantum-Light and 32 oz. of Quantum-VSC (at outplanting and first flowering), document appearance and yield differences between treated and control (grower’s best practice).
Notable difference in stalk girth and root mass between control and treated. 39% increase in yield from treated area.
Rate: Applied at a rate of 200 litres p/ha at approx. 40cm above ground
Method: Through spray tank behind tractor
Notes: The crop was under irrigation and was not affected by any drought throughout the season. Only 1 application was given and was applied at 4 weeks after planting. This is not according to recommended guidelines, but still proved to show very successful results.
Method: A full harvest was done on the entire hectare of both the Quantum and control hectares. Counting was done on all the large bags of potatoes that was delivered to the warehouse to determine the per hectare increase in weight.
Each farm was visited 5 times during the experiment. Product was applied according to instructions from Ecological Laboratories, Inc (ELI). In the first visit to the farm ELI representatives explained the application protocol and benefits of Quantum Growth. On the second visit, the potato seeding was performed with the addition of one gallon per hectare of Quantum-VSC to the treated plots. Thirty days later Quantum-VSC was applied again to the soil and after an additional 30 days Quantum-Light was sprayed on the leaves. Plants were harvested 30 days after the last application.