PROMOTE YOUR GROWTH

ISO NPK offers users one of the most potent fertility products available in the market place. We call it “Giving your Crop WINGS!” Plants literally respond to an application with rising branches and leaves for a physically visible response. However, the real benefit is that ISO NPK turns on the plants ability to endure cold, heat, drought and salinity during the crop cycle resulting in higher yields with consistency. In other words, the crop achieves more of its genetic potential.

ISO NPK Field Trials

Almond Trial

Almond Trial using ISO NPK based in California, 2016. Trial produces 24% Yield Increase due to bud retention and size. ISO-Extract applied 10% at Full Bloom. 1 application, 2 points/100 GPA.

Crop: Melon, Cantaloupe Athena Hybrid
Loca8on: University of Arizona Maricopa Ag Center, Greenhouse Maricopa AZ – 2016

Objective: Evaluate rates ISO10% NPK on root,
top growth and flowers/buds.

Methodology: Melon seed was planted into 18
ounce cups with a 9/32 of an inch drilled drain-hole.

The seed was planted on 11/1//16 into a
growing media made up of 4 inches of all purpose
sand and top with .25 of an inch of Scotts potting
soil. Irrigation was applied through micro
sprinklers 14GPH for a total of 4 minutes per day.
Plant nutrition – liquid 12-4-8, as needed 20 MLS
(due to the growing media, sand). Roots were
washed and plants evaluated 21 days after
treatment, 12/23/16. Ten replications per
treatment, replications randomized on
greenhouse benches.

Treatment Applications: Treatments applied as
a root drench 10 MLS per treatment, on 12/2/16.
The application was ~10 days before flower initiation.
Note: All treatments were applied on the same date,
continued testing can include a second foliar
application one week after initial application.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 17.2 flowers/buds, ISO10% 1000ppm root drench produced -18%
fewer flowers/buds than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm root drench produced -5.8% fewer flowers/buds than the control,
ISO10% 2500ppm produced 9.9% more flowers/buds than the control and ISO10% 3000ppm root drench produced -0.6%
fewer flowers/buds than the control.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 17.2 flowers/buds, ISO10% 1000ppm foliar produced 25.6% more
flowers/buds than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm foliar produced 18% more flowers/buds than the control, ISO10%
2500ppm foliar produced 3.5% more flowers/buds than the control and ISO10% 3000ppm foliar produced 6.4% more
flowers/buds than the control.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 17.2 flowers/buds, ISO10% 1000ppm foliar + root drench produced
25% more flowers/buds than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm foliar + root drench produced 30.8% more flowers/buds than
the control, ISO10% 2500ppm foliar + root drench produced 9.3% more flowers/buds than the control and ISO10% 3000ppm
foliar + root drench produced 12.2% more flowers/buds than the control.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 138.5 mm (13.85 cm) of total root width, ISO10% 1000ppm root
drench produced -15.8% less total root width than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm root drench produced 26.8% more total
root width than the control, ISO10% 2500ppm root drench produced 14.5% more total root width than the control and
ISO10% 3000ppm root drench produced 27.2% more total root width than the control.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 138.5 mm (13.85 cm) of total root width, ISO10% 1000ppm foliar
produced -5.3% less total root width than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm foliar produced -13.6% less total root width than
the control, ISO10% 2500ppm foliar produced -4% less total root width than the control and ISO10% 3000ppm foliar
produced -26.1% less total root width than the control.

Results: The untreated check produced an average of 138.5 mm (13.85 cm) of total root width, ISO10% 1000ppm foliar +
root drench produced 4.1% more total root width than the control, ISO10% 2000ppm foliar + root drench produced 47.5%
total root width than the control, ISO10% 2500ppm foliar + root drench produced 19.6% more total root width than
the control and ISO10% 3000ppm foliar + root drench produced 7.8% more total root width than the control







Corn Trial

Corn in South Carolina, 2016, severe drought conditions. Dave Lankford, AgriMeasures. Note greater support and lateral root growth on treated plant on left. With ISO NPK, crop produces 26% Yield Increase.

TRIAL REPORT-BEEM AGROSCIENCES

Trial Number: BEEM AGRO-SCIENCES SAP 90
Trial Name: GREENHOUSE-FIELD CORN-2017
Investigator: Lance Beem, Beem AgroSciences, Granite Bay, Northern California, USA 95746
Objective: To determine the effects of Plant Extract Applications on Field Corn Seed
Type: PGR Study
Location: Ricetec 7235 Pacific Ave, Pleasant Grove CA
Grower: BASC
Cooperator: Davis Research & Development
Crop: Field Corn
Variety: Ask Bill What Variety
Plot Design: Randomized Block
Plot Size: 8” Black Plastic Pot
Replicates: 10 for 10 Treatments and Untreated Check
Soil Type: Medium-Fine grain Sand & Potting Mix
Soil Notes: Mostly Sand with a layer of Potting Mix ¼ deep on top after planting seed.
Irrigation Method: Hand watered using a watering can or sprinkler head hose attachment
Major Event Dates:

First Application 12/8/2016 (Solutions applied with mist)
Planting Date 12/12/2016 (1/4”-1/2” planting depth in sand)
First Evaluation 12/20/2016 (Measured Leaf Heights)
Second Evaluation 12/30/2016 (Pulled reps evaluated for Shoot Height & Root Length)

Seed Treatment List
Application Information:

1. Untreated Check (water check only)
2. ISO 10% @ .5oz/100 lbs of Seed
3. ISO 10% @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
4. ISO 10% @ 2oz/100 lbs of Seed
5. ISO 10% @ .5oz/100 lbs of Seed + Yucca @ 1oz/ 100 lbs of Seed
6. ISO 10% @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed + Yucca @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
7. Yucca @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
8. ISO 10% @ .5oz/100 lbs of Seed + Sapropel @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
9. ISO 10% @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed + Sapropel @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
10. Sapropel @ 1oz/100 lbs of Seed
11. Yucca @ .5oz/100 lbs of Seed + Quillaja @ .5oz/100 lbs of Seed

Application Method: Applied by mister bottle directly to 25 grams of seed
Notes Rate of App: Equivalent mix solution of 16 oz/100 lbs of Seed solution….example 1 oz + 15 oz water = 16 oz/100 lbs of seed
Maintenance App: Added Water Soluble NPK 20-20- 20 to soil as a liquid fertilizer at planting equivalent to 5lbs per acre
Harvest Date: Second Evaluation topped plants, washed roots and measured fresh root length
Evaluation Methods: Shoot and Root measurements taken with straight ruler using centimeter increments. Shoot evaluated for
total length from seed to tip. Roots evaluated as measurement from seed to longest root tip.

Statistical Analysis: ARM Program Version 9.0 (last version April 21, 2016) Duncans’ Multiple Range Test

Cotton Trial

Cotton Trial using ISO NPK in Maricopa, AZ, 2016. Production Strategy was to apply 1 pint/acre 3x during the crop cycle, beginning at the first square. The trial produced 25% Yield Increase, 6+ bales/acre.

Product: ISO NPK
Crop: Commercial Peppers, Jalapenos P115
Loca=on: Knorr Farms Maricopa AZ 2017

Objective: Evaluation of ISO NPK on Commercial Peppers.

Treatment Applications and Test Information:
Transplants treated at pre-flowering through irrigation (drip irrigation) at 1 pint/acre on Blocks 3 and 4. Block 3
was foliar treated at flowering initiation at 1 pint/acre on 5/20/17. All blocks were trimmed after first harvest,
July-Aug. After summer at plant initiation irrigation Blocks 3 and 4 were treated through irrigation at 1 pint/
acre. Block 3 was foliar treated 11 days after on 8/30/17 (timing coincided with a planned foliar crop
application).
Fall harvest 10/9/17, sampling 4 reps 10 feet/rep, fruit counted and sorted according to Marketable,
Non-marketable smalls (under 2.5” and immaturity), Non-marketable Reds, Rotten fruit.




Crops Currently in Trial

  • Almonds
  • Blueberry
  • Broccoli
  • Cantaloupe
  • Carrot
  • Cherry
  • Citrus
  • Corn
  • Cotton
  • Cucumber
  • English Walnut
  • Garbanzo Beans
  • Onion
  • Peanut
  • Pecan
  • Pepper
  • Potato
  • Rice
  • Sorghum
  • Sugar Beet
  • Soybean
  • Squash
  • Strawberry
  • Tomato
  • Table Grapes
  • Wine Grapes
  • Wheat