I used Action 5% on barley and yellow mustard this year, treating the seed was easy and cheap to use. The barley was seeded into very alkaline areas, some spots were white on the top of the soil. The seed and plant seemed healthy the whole season, you couldn't tell those were alkaline areas. I was very impressed to say the least. I will be trying Action 5% again in those alkaline areas.-Brandon Brilz Golden Prairie, SK
"We used Action 5% as an added seed treatment on our barley this year to see if we could get some production out of our saline spots. The barley germinated like never before and had an earlier, stronger emergence across the field. We later applied Bio-Forge and Golden Harvest to our cereals. With the ease of using these two products and proven results our bottom line continues to improve."-Kevin Nahorniak Quill Lake, SK
"We have used Bio-Forge as a seed treatment on our barley the past two seasons, mainly to compensate for the cool, wet soil conditions at seeding. Each year we have noticed a more uniform emergence and healthier, more uniform vigorous plants. After seeing the results from using the product, we will definitely be using it on our cereals in the future."-Pat Workman Minto, MB
"We treated our fall Rye with Action 5%, it was slower to emerge but noticed more root growth than the untreated which came up quicker. Checking a week later we found the Action 5% Rye had caught up and surpassed the untreated portion, with almost 2 extra leaves per plant. We will be using Action 5% on all our cereals next year."-Lyndon Tomblin Mozart, SK
"They have some amazing products. We plan on using the Bio-Forge on 100% of our acres next year. Just try it on a few acres and you'll be sold on it!" -Glendon, Alberta-Taylor Snyder Glendon, AB
Crop stressors, like extreme temperatures, drought and excessive moisture, can negatively impact crop production, yield and ultimately PROFIT. Bio-Forge offers effective protection by delivering vital nutrients that regulate specific genes, which enable your crop to quickly adapt to adverse growing conditions.