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XiteBio / 27.11.2020

When researching which inoculant to use for your pulse crops next season, you will find lots of options in the market to choose from. However, one inoculant certainly offers some unique advantages over rest of the pulse inoculants in the market: XiteBio® PulseRhizo®. How can XiteBio® PulseRhizo® help your crops next season and what does it do differently than other inoculants? In this week’s edition of growing possibilities, we will be discussing the distinctive plant health advantages offered by XiteBio® PulseRhizo®. XiteBio® PulseRhizo® for peas, lentils & faba beans...

XiteBio / 20.11.2020

From advanced farming machinery to pest & disease-resistant crop varieties, technological innovation has always been at the heart of improving the agriculture industry. This drive toward innovation is always on the minds of everyone in agriculture, especially growers. Growers are always looking for new ways to improve the efficiency of their operations. One of the leading innovations helping them do this in recent years has been the development of ag-biologicals. More and more producers are relying on the expanding world of ag-biologicals for their multitude of benefits, so...

XiteBio / 13.11.2020

Snow is beginning to fall across a lot of the Canadian prairies and with harvest 2020 mostly in the books it is a good time of year to begin thinking about your fertility plans for the upcoming season. Inoculants are a major part of any pulse grower’s fertility plan and with pulse acres on the rise here in Canada it is an optimal time to get some tips about the best way to maximize next season’s pulse crops. Inoculation is an easy and field-friendly way to put Mother...

XiteBio / 06.11.2020

Inoculating crops with beneficial bacteria is nothing new and has been a common practice for decades. Between peat powder to granular to liquid formulations, there are a lot of options to choose from. So how is liquid inoculant different than granular inoculant? And why should you choose one over the other? In this week’s edition of growing possibilities, we will be highlighting these key differences. In their most basic forms, granular inoculants consist of small granules (either peat or clay) covered or impregnated with the chosen bacteria (or microorganism)...