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"BioVam Grown" Raspberries at an Organic Vineyard

Organically grown Raspberries demonstrate an excellent response in new growth after BioVam Mycorrhiza was applied to their roots.  A root rot disease had caused recent losses in their Raspberry grove.  The disease was visible in the plants before treatment and the additional growth that has clearly come upon the treated Raspberry plants after the BioVam Mycorrhiza application shows promise of reversing the effects of the root disease.

Also see BioVam Treated Chardonnay Grapes

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Chinabend Raspberries at the time of treatment.

The picture above, taken June 9, 1999 shows untreated Raspberry plants.  All of this lower patch was treated and three rows of the upper patch beyond were treated with BioVam Mycorrhiza.  A root rot is present in these plants and has forced the removal of several diseased plants.  We expect to see the effects of the Mycorrhiza help alleviate this disease.

Chinabend Raspberries - untreated control group.

The picture above was taken July 18, 1999 and are three rows that were not treated with BioVam Mycorrhiza.

Chinabend BioVam treated test group.

The picture above was taken July 18, 1999 and is three rows that were treated with BioVam Mycorrhiza. These plants are greener and have a lot more growth in the new shoots. We were surprised to see this amount of growth difference in only about 40 days with these mature plants. The only thing different is BioVam was applied. All watering and fertilization practices remained the same for all the Raspberry plants. This is a good example of how well our methods work in treating mature plants with BioVam Mycorrhiza.

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