Press Release: UCD Helps Study “Fork-to-Farm” Fertilizer

August 31, 2016

California Safe Soil has worked with UC Davis researchers over the last few years to test the efficacy, efficiency and sustainability of their Harvest-to-Harvest liquid fertilizer product. As the company has progressed, so have the trials conducted with Professor Edwin Lewis and his team from the Department of Entomology and Nematology.

The latest study began last April and is set to be a 3 year almond trial to analyze Harvest-to-Harvest’s effect on crop yield, soil fertility, soil structure and the soil’s ability to retain water. Additionally, observations and analyses will be made on the optimal amounts of conventional fertilizer, H2H and compost required to reach maximum crop yield in order to reduce the amount of nitrogen leaching.

Click here to read more about the almond trial research at UC Davis >

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