Research Designed For Agriculture

New Resources Available

Following presentations at a number of recent conferees. we are making copies of the materials available on our resource page.

Click here to visit our resource page where you  will find these and many other valuable assets

 

NAICC 2020

January 20-25, 2020

Henry B. González Convention Center and the Grand Hyatt hotel

San Antonio, TX

 

 

As an Independent Crop Consultancy, RD4AG

seeks to provide outstanding service to its Clients by working at the leading edge of agricultural research methods and innovating with new research technology.

 

As an active member of NAICC we also share our innovations in order to bring improvements to the whole industry.

 

To see what new ideas we have been working on,  discuss where our industry is going or to see what we can do together come see us at Booth 618 in the exhibition area.

 

See you in San Antonio

 

 

A Message From All Of Us At RD4AG

 

What an amazing business we are in and what an honor to have this opportunity.

Around the globe people are striving to grow food: some just to survive, some looking for cleaner or more efficient ways, and some seeking impressively elegant, sustainable solutions.

Each of us brings our unique skills along with the will to make a contribution to bettering how food and fiber are grown.

We join arms and hearts with all of you who contribute to this noble profession of agriculture. We at RD4AG wish you all these things:

May your soil be rich,

May your seeds germ with all the potential you have given them,

May the sun shine brightly,

May the rain fall softly and at just the right time

May you harvest the yields of your hard work.

May we all do this with the same sense of wonder as the earliest agrarian peoples who first strove to grow a better crop than the year before.

And if you need help – be aware that we are here and ready. Click here to see the services we provide.

 

 

Success In Biostimulant Trials

 

 As agriculture evolves, our understanding of how to make plants produce more, their interactions with environment, and where they live, evolves. The new frontier is to better stimulate plants to grow and produce more efficiently. The promise of such products, whether they are microbial, fertilizer, PGR or any of the multitude of technologies which can have a positive impact on plant growth, is beginning to come true.

 

As our understanding of these products advances, so do our methods to test them. Most of these products perform best in conditions of moderate stress, be that salt, moisture, heat, cold, fertility, etc. They seldom are able to show their potential in the high fertility, well irrigated situation of production agriculture. This is especially true in the specialty crops, where no effort is intentionally spared to get maximum production. Testing these products effectively is as much art as science.

 

Our team has been at the forefront of this type of testing for decades, and Steve West was one of the Keynote Speakers at the 44th Annual meeting of the Plant Growth Regulation Society of America, discussing this challenging topic.. Our blog also has a current discussion on the objectives and nuances of drought trials.

 

See our blog post on running  successful drought trials by clicking here

and our Biostimulants fact sheet here

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