The results depicted here are easily achived by using our Organic Garden Kit: BioVam, Microbe Tea Brewing Kits, BioMinerals, and Yucca Schidigera Extract.
These first year plants produced more and higher quality Strawberries.
The harvest lasts longer. These inoculated plants continuously produced berries all summer and had to be picked twice a week. The plants were still bearing nine weeks past June.
The first year plants matured quickly. In a couple of months they were as large as plants that were 3-4 years old.
The BioVam treated plants are healthier looking and no pests hindered their development. Only 1/4 teaspoonful of BioVam was used on each Strawberry plant.
Quinault Strawberries are supposed to stop producing at the end of June. Usually, Strawberry plants will not bear mature fruit the first year. That generally happens starting the second year. My un-inoculated Strawberry plants are also Quinaults and they stopped in June. These BioVam treated Quinaults produced all summer long. It's not hard to see why a farmer in California who did a trial on Strawberries didn't want the results made public!
Our strawberry plants inoculated with BioVam need to be picked twice a week. -Joanie Flynn.
This picture was taken August 9, 1998 in the garden of Bill and Joanie Flynn. It appears these plants will be producing berries all summer long.
You can taste those berries by just looking at them for a while - nice and sweet! Quality!
Where are the berries? Across the street at T&J Enterprises, the uninoculated Quinault Strawberry plants were finished bearing in June. No new berries were being formed among the non-BioVam plants on August 9, 1998. (Untreated plants above)
This picture taken 9-4-98 illustrates how these berries have been bearing all summer long. Quinaults are an Ever-bearing Strawberry good for back yard gardening, u-pick and making jams. Though they are very sweet tasting they're probably not suitable for retail sales. (Treated plants above)
This picture taken 9-29-98 shows Quinaults sending out a runner and forming berries on the runner. The runner wasn't rooted. These are first year plants. I ate the large berry on the left. It was sweet and juicy! These plants were planted in the spring as small juvenile plants. They bore berries Spring through Summer and are still going strong now in the fall. Even the runners are producing the first year.
What does inoculating with BioVam mean to you as a grower of Strawberries?
You can plant new Strawberry plants the first year and get a good yield from those plants a year earlier than normal.
The profit from the first year berries will more than pay for the cost of the BioVam inoculant. Since Strawberries are perennial plants, you only need to apply BioVam once. We recommend using biosol forte 7-2-1 fertilizer in the Spring and Fall.
The value of the increased yield on Strawberry plants that continuously produce berries from Spring until late Fall can realistically be said to be over twice the normal Spring time crop.
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