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PicoAg and Cassava Production Results and Application in the Philippines.
The results on the commercial trial on cassava we conducted with one of the leading cassava starch manufacturing plants here in the Philippines is quite significant.
1). Trail 1 16.7 More Tons Per Hectare
In Area 1 with PicoAg, the yield was 4.56 Kgs per plant while for areas without PicoAg, the yield was 3.45. In terms of potential yield per hectare at an average plant population of 15,000 plants, the yield in Area
1 with PicoAg is estimated to be 68.4 tons compared with areas without
PicoAg at 51.7 tons or an increase of 16.7 tons per hectare.
2). Trail 2 Poor Farming Practices 0 yield.
In Area 2 with PicoAg, the yield was 2.53 Kgs per plant compared to areas without PicoAg at 2.45 Kgs. per plant or on a per hectare basis, the areas with PicoAg is estimated to have 37.9 tons while the areas without PicoAg is estimated to have 36.7 tons. This lack of production is attributed to poor farming, not the PicoAg.
3). Trail 3 36.5 More Tons Per Hectare
In Area 3 where the yield registered the highest, the areas with PicoAg are estimated to have 83.4 tons compared to areas without PicoAg of
46.9. In Area 3, production almost doubled with the application of
The national Philippinmes average yield per hectare is between 9 tons per hectare. Hope we have enlightened you on the results of the trial.
METHOD AND APPLICATION OF PicoAg
ORGANIC LIQUID FERTILIZER
IN CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN ONE HECTARE
(1.5 liters per hectare)
Land Preparation: During land preparation place 20-30 sacks of chicken manure or 15-20 sacks of organic basal fertilizer before planting.
Prior to planting, wash the cassava cuttings or stalks thoroughly and soak the cuttings/stalks s of cassava in 94 ml. of PicoAg mixed to 32 liters of non-chlorinated (2 spray loads) water within 2-4 hours.
Step 1 – Spray the cassava cuttings/stalks after planting with the soaked mixture and add (5) more spray loads of the same mixture i.e 47 ml. is to 16 liters of non-chlorinated water.
Consume the soaked mixture which is two (2) spray loads plus the additional 5 spray loads over the plantings- 1st application.
Step 2 - 2nd application is 15 DAP at the rate of 47 ml per 16 liters of water of non-chlorinated water. Mix 8 times, spray and consume the (8) spray loads over the plantings.
Step 3 – 3rd application is 30 DAP at the rate of 47 ml per 16 liters of water of non-chlorinated water. Mix 8 times, spray and consume the (8) spray loads over the plantings.
Step 4 – 4th application is 60 DAP at the rate of 47 ml per 16 liters of water of non-chlorinated water. Mix nine (9) times, spray and consume the nine (9) spray loads over the plantings.
Note: Spray the leaf sheaths and base. For better effect, spray early morning. No need for “sticker” as the product has adhesive property already.
Donald Wilshe, Pico Ag,5731 Lexington Drive, Parrish, Florida 34219
Email: donwilshe@biobasedus, Website: http://www.biobased.us, USA Tele: 3363060193
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