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Bio-Agtive Emissions Farming Small Plot Trials

The Bio-Agtive Method is an innovative bio agtech approach which entails emission capture technology and re-purposing of biofuel exhaust emissions into a carbon-based biofertilizer. Olds College researchers are assisting with the discovery of foundational knowledge about soil and plant health as well as yield when using the Bio-Agtive emissions exhaust technology beginning with a small-plot single-year, proof-of-concept study.

This method may help producers reduce or eliminate their need for external synthetic and chemical inputs into the crop, improve nutritional value of forage, increase farm profitability, enhance crop residue decomposition, and increase carbon sequestration on their fields. 

Funders/Partners: NC Quest Inc., DBA Bio-Agtive Emissions Technology

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