Doing your research and planning a proper test can help you figure
out whether a new product really will bring an increase in yield
by PAT LYNCH
I have just sat through another session where I was shown some great looking crops as opposed to those that were untreated. You know, the presentations where supposedly random plants are shown with a bigger root system or greener leaves, or some other desirable characteristic. The past three years of good crops seems to have brought along a bunch of new products, which pretty well can do whatever you want. They will certainly be able to cut your costs of production and increase your yields.