Project news

Field tests have started

We started land testing in the spring of 2016 for several plants with different algae species, whereby we study the difference of yield between traditionally cultivated lands and those treated with algae, the resistance of plants, the utilization of nutrients delivered and monitor the quantity of organic materials in the soil.


Tested plants:

3 hectares of onion: 1-1 hectare treated by different types of algae, 1 hectare of control area

1 hectares of spring onion: 0.5 hectares treated by one type of algae, 0.5 hectares of control area

1 hectare of garlic: 0.5 hectares treated by one type of algae, 0.5 hectares of control area

2 hectares of celery: 1 hectare treated by one type of algae, 1 hectare of control area

14 hectares of parsley: 4-4 hectares treated by different types of algae, 3 hectares treated by one type of algae, 1 hectare of control area

11 hectares of wheat: 5.5 hectares treated by one type of algae, 5.5 hectares of control area

10 hectares of sunflower: 5 hectares treated by one type of algae, 5 hectares of control area

Would you like to test VegaAlga on your own farm?  Contact us here! 


2016. March 25.