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Test Results :: Grapes
The results show healthier plants, increased cane length, increased leaf area, increase chlorophyll content, lower infection rate (decrease physiological weight of bunch weight and fewer rotten berries) and increased yield up to 43%.
|Country||Year||Research||Type||% Increase in yield||% Reduction in pesticides|
|India||2010-2011||UARS||Bangalore blue||+ 32%||- 50%|
|India||2007-2008||FDT||Crimson s.||+ 35%||- 50%|
|India||2008-2009||FDT||Thomson s.||+ 43%||- 50%|
|Romania||2009-2010||FDT||Feteasca alba||+ 32%||- 50%|
Results of trials on grapes since 2010.
(FDT = farmer demonstration trial; UARS = University Agricultural Research Station).
Bhavya H.K., V.Nache Gowda V, S. Jaganath, K.N. Sreenivas, N.B. Prakash. 2011. Effect of foliar silicic acid and boron acid in Bangalore blue grapes. Proceedings of The 5th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture, 7-8. Beijing, China.