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Product Overview


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QuickRoots® inoculant can improve nutrient availability and uptake. The microbial seed inoculant is available for canola, corn, field pea, lentil, small grains and soybean.

The Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and Trichoderma virens based treatment helps increase availability and uptake of nitrogen, phosphate and potassium. Its ability to release nutrients from the soil helps maximize the effectiveness of your inputs and improve your yield potential.

Key benefits at a glance

  • Improved availability of nitrogen, phosphate and potassium
  • Enhanced nutrient availability, which supports root and shoot growth
  • Performance in a variety of soil conditions and types
  • Increased yield potential

Nature's Technology STACKED

QuickStart your crop with JumpStart and QuickRoots inoculants. Together, these products help create a powerful biological system, improving nutrient and moisutre uptake and helping to increase yield potential.

JumpStart is an incoluant containing Penicillium bilaiae, which helps release bound mineral forms of soil and fertilizer phosphate, making it more readily available for the plant to use.

Learn more about this powerful biological system.

How the technology works

  1. The biologicals Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and Trichoderma virens have the ability to release phosphate in the soil not readily available to the plant.
  2. Improved phosphate availability can lead to expanded root volume, which enhances nitrogen and potassium uptake.
  3. This ultimately can enable optimal plant growth and increased yield potential.

BioAdvantage Trials

  • Grain Corn Source: Results were collected from 78 farmer-conducted, large-scale, side-by-side BioAdvantage Trails conducted in Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario from 2016-2018.
  • Winter Wheat Source: Results were collected from 28 farmer-conducted, large-scale, side-by-side BioAdvantage Trails conducted in Alberta and Ontario from 2017-2018.
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