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August 24, 2018

One of our producers wrote:

First two photos are wheat with lots of second growth. Second two photos are wheat grown a mile away with the Back to Your Roots Seed Treatment applied to the seed. The second crop is much more even in height and is maturing at the same rate overall. We will not need to desiccate this crop.

August 15, 2018

Organic oats. Previously this quarter was covered in mustard and wild oats but with use of the BTYR program this crop is looking nice and clean! Aerobic zone is about 2-3 inches and weeds are failing to thrive. The producers are so happy with the progress they are seeing each year. The BTYR program has helped them in the transitioning process and they are gaining soil health knowledge along the way!

August 3, 2018

Here is an organic wheat field near Shellbrook, SK on the Back To Your Roots program, first year organic, very low weed pressures. This quarter once had abundant weeds, grasses and foxtail. The center and south end had standing water with no drainage or growth. With the increase in soil health and an aerobic zone of 6 inches or better drainage is no longer a problem and crop is starting to grow there again. This is just one example of what fixing your soil can do for your future crops. It’s wonderful to see the program in action!

We can help with transitioning to organic and make your goal more attainable so you don’t lose revenue in the process.

May 29, 2018

Soybean 55 hours after planting near Humboldt, SK. Back To Your Roots Seed Treatment.

May 23, 2018

Back To Your Roots Seed Treatment on hard red spring wheat, seeded May 13 in Southern SK. This picture was taken May 16! Look at how large the roots are and all the aggregates stuck to the roots. This is what we want to see as it indicates good microbial activity.

March 8, 2018

These weeds are trying to grow in an environment with an electrical conductivity of 3000 ergs. High EC is generally due to high sodium in the soil which can lead to burning of the plant's roots and be detrimental to the soil microbes.

February 13, 2018

A post from Noah Olson of Medstead, SK

"Wheat grown on Back to Your Roots soil fertility program. You can see the few weeds that were growing there are not doing so well, all that was used for weed control was a foliar application of some phosphorus, silica, humic acid(carbon), fish emulsion, microbial tea(soil biology) and molasses. Weeds don't like clean sources of minerals and carbon, but these elements are what is required for crops."