Results of BSN Seed Primer in Corn

BSN on Corn seed | Laboratory Test

This result clearly showing the BSN seed had earlier germination and stronger out of the ground growth.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

The randomly selected corn plants show the BSN plant with a much larger root system (4 X bigger) and a healthier amount of plant exudate on the roots stimulating higher levels of microbial activity.

BSN on Corn seed | Yield Test

Corn ears visually showing the BSN yield result as much larger and higher yielding result and more likely to receive greater value on sales because of size and quality.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

The root growth has been increased and looks to be about 3 or 4 times larger. It is clear to see the size of the organic matter in the root mass is considerably more. Root reach, number and shear root mass would provide the plant with a massive soil based nutrient reach advantage over the control plant.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

The plant stalk is thicker and the number of leaf and tillers looks more. Plant height differences can easily be seen. The BSN plant is better than the control item.

BSN on Corn seed | Yield Test

The corn ear difference is visually apparent and consistent with a BSN primed seed. A larger yield result would occur and the quality of produce should be easily distinguished between the better BSN item and the Control test.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

The BSN field sample has larger and far more developed plants, so much so that you can easily see the difference visually when compared to the control field.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

When compared, the BSN field sample showing it maintains more developed and stronger growth. The plant is much thicker, the fruits are more and visually the plant has greater growth development.

BSN on Corn seed | Yield Test

When compared the corn result is overwhelmingly better. A larger result, greater mass and by definition a higher nutrient value produce. Visually the produce is more appealing and shows considerable yield increase on the control item.

BSN on Corn seed | Yield Test

The corn brace roots are clearly stronger providing the BSN plant with more structure and strength to with-stand climatic conditions. Generally the brace roots show the health of a plant which can be clearly distinguished between the two results.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

Plant height and mass between the BSN and Control plants is easily differentiated. The BSN result is higher, thicker and generally a larger plant mass.

BSN on Corn seed | Field Test

Root length can be clearly identified when the root organic matter is washed from the roots. The BSN plant has longer and thicker roots – providing the plant with greater reach and access to soil based NPK and nutrients. Root mass is also a reflection on plant wellbeing.