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  • Bioprime Agrisolutions Announces Successful Completion Phase 2 trials in US for BioPrime Fortisea, Confirming Global Agricultural Potential

    Published on July 2, 2024

    Pune :  – Bioprime Agrisolutions is delighted to announce the successful completion of our groundbreaking trials for BioPrime Fortisea in the United States. This marks a significant milestone in our journey to revolutionize agriculture on a global scale.

    In August 2023, Bioprime Agrisolutions set out to prove the efficacy of our innovative technology in the American market. Following tremendous success in India and South Asia, we turned our attention to North America. Collaborating with an accredited validation agency in the USA, our trials delivered outstanding results.

    BioPrime Fortisea, our unique seaweed formulation produced using a proprietary cold extraction process, was tested on tomato crops at San Luis Ranch, California. The US tomato industry, known for its variety and importance in American kitchens, provided an ideal testing ground.

    Key highlights from the trials include:

    ●          A 10% increase in productivity compared to standard grower practices.

    ●          An additional $1,738 per acre in farmer income.

    ●          Early crop maturity, boosting growers’ income levels.

    In another trial, we reduced fertilizer application to 80% of the standard practice. The results were even more remarkable:

    ●          A 33% increase in production.

    ●          An additional $4,872 per acre in income.

    ●          A 30% higher income level compared to standard practices in San Luis, California.

    In a statement, Dr. Renuka Diwan, Co-Founder & CEO at Bioprime Agrisolutions said, “The positive feedback from the North American market highlights the practical benefits of BioPrime Fortisea, affirming its potential to enhance agricultural productivity globally. We are excited to bring our innovative solutions to North American markets, promoting healthier crops and a more sustainable future.”


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