Advanced Biological Marketing
Early reports for the 2010 crop showed that Excalibre-SA with Induced Gene Expression Triggers (iGET) technology helped provide yield increases of up to 8 bu./acre, says Marty Robinson, Advanced Biological Marketing. He notes that 2009 and 2008 tests also showed an advantage to the iGET technology in plant stand, early season vigor, canopy closure and yield.
The iGET technology provides multifunctional beneficial strains of Trichoderma microbials, based on research at Cornell University and other international biological research programs, Robinson says. This technology is incorporated into Excalibre-SA, as well as crop-specific formulations for corn and wheat in the SabrEx product line.
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