Marksville, LA, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Event Date: March 25th, 2014
Time: 11:00am Central Time (9am Pacific, Noon Eastern)
Renowned Agronomist, Bryce Patterson
With more than 15 years of experience in the field of agriculture, Bryce Patterson has made a solid investment in the future of agriculture and urban farming through his innovative vision and efforts to make this vision a reality. Mr. Patterson earned his Agricultural Systems Management degree from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA, where he was the winner of the 2002 Michael T. Andrews Award for designing and evaluating aeroponic systems for the production of high-value root crops.
Founder & CEO of Organic Liquid Fertilizer Company, BioGrow365, Dave Lovegrove
Dave Lovegrove’s company, BioGrow365 is one of the only companies in the world to have discovered how to take chicken manure and turn it into a completely safe, environmentally friendly, OMRI-certified, completely balanced fertilizer and soil conditioner that is delivering results far beyond expectations, far beyond any synthetic competitor and often with a lower cost per acre. From his native Australia, Dave Lovegrove has brought innovative technology that was 20 years in the making to establish manufacturing plants in both the USA and Panama and in discussion with several other countries.
Questions Will Include:
What’s the difference between organic and synthetic fertilizers?
Is one (organic and synthetic fertilizers) better than the other?
How can you compare synthetic NPK rates to organic fertilizers that seem to have very low NPK?
Why are microbes important?
Why is liquid fertilizer preferable to dry fertilizer?
What are the benefits of foliar feeding?
I have crops that require high levels of nitrogen - can I use organic liquid fertilizer to satisfy their needs?
I’ve been using synthetic fertilizer for years but my yield is decreasing, even though I’m increasing my application rates - what could be the reason(s)?
How do products such as BioGrow365 increase yield and brix levels?
What is so special about BioGrow365 that it took 20 years to perfect?
How does Biogrow365 compare to synthetic fertilizers with higher fertilizer numbers?
Does Biogrow365 have a shelf life?
What is the dilution rate for BioGrow365 and how often should it be applied?
Can BioGrow365 organic fertilizer damage plants if used too often or too much?
Is BioGrow365 alkaline or acid - and why is that important?
Are all organic fertilizers the same?
What types of results are farmers achieving using BioGrow365?
Does my farm need to be certified ‘organic’ to use BioGrow365 organic fertilizer and soil conditioner?
What types of applications can BioGrow365 be used eg traditional farming, vertical farming, hydroponics...
How can BioGrow365 be applied?
Does BioGrow365 organic liquid fertilizer cost more?
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