Trial Report | Bell Pepper

This trial took place from mid August to early November 2019 in the Coachella Valley.

The goal of this trial was to determine the effects of Humic Land on yields during a winter crop. The only difference between controls 1, 2 and 3, and Humic Land is the added soil amendment, Humic Land, to one of the blocks (15 acres). The other 3 controls were harvested based on the same feed formula. 

 

Humic Land Trial - Bell Pepper - Box per Acre

Coachella Valley Bell Pepper Trial (27% Yield Increase)

 


Humic Land Block. Image taken mid September after the second application.


Control Block. Image taken mid September after the second application.
« We were impressed with the results obtained with Humic Land »
The Grower

Specifics of the trial

Humic Land block: 15 acres with approximately 10% sandy soil.

3 control blocks: 15 acres each, with no sandy soil.

 Application schedule

1st application on Aug 15th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application

2nd application on Sept 5th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application

 3rd application on Oct 12th, 2019: 6 litres of Humic Land soil amendment at 1/250 dilution using drip application.

 Biome Makers’ Soil analysis on this trial shows an increase in Nitrogen and the soil microbes. Read the lab analysis report before and after applying Humic Land. 

 







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