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Plant Nutrition & Specialty Fertilizer

ADM offers BiOWiSH fertilizer enhancement to improve nutrient efficiency

Posted by on 04 April 2023
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ADM and BiOWiSH Technologies, Inc. announced ADM will offer a BiOWiSH fertilizer enhancement as an option to urea, monoammonium phosphate (MAP), diammonium phosphate (DAP) and NPK blends.

The new product will be available from ADM Farm Direct Fertilizer as well as the company’s wholesale business.

The BiOWiSH fertilizer enhancement is a blend of proprietary microbial cultures coated onto dry fertilizer or mixed with liquid fertilizers to create an enhanced efficiency fertilizer. ADM plans to offer it as an option to be coated onto dry fertilizers sold through several of its terminals for the 2023 season.

The BiOWiSH fertilizer enhancement is specifically designed to optimize yield potential by improved nutrient uptake and to improve soil conditions for increased plant vigour. Featuring BiOWiSH’s proprietary HoloGene 3 technology, BiOWiSH endophytic Bacillus delivers soil nutrients to crops through the rhizophagy cycle, creating a symbiotic relationship between the plant and soil microbes.

The BiOWiSH fertilizer enhancement is available for the 2023 season as a dry fertilizer treatment option from these select ADM fertilizer terminals: Blytheville, Arkansas; Camanche, Iowa; Madison, Illinois; Ottawa, Illinois; Owensboro, Kentucky; St. Paul, Minnesota; and Winona, Minnesota. Additional locations in the U.S. and Canada are expected to offer the enhancement soon.

Learn more about specialty plant nutrition at New AG International Annual conference and exhibition coming up in Barcelona, 18-19 April, see here.

Read the MARCH/APRIL 2023 issue of New AG International, free to view here.

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