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Forage and Hay Crops

The following testimonial was filmed during the annual International Conference for Sustainable Agriculture (ICSA).


Lakota Ranch in Virginia conducted trials on Fescue and White Clover.  SumaGrow was compared to fields treated with fertilizer and those with no treatment.  The SumaGrow treated fields resulted in an almost 36% increase in dry matter over fertilizer and the Average Daily Gain (ADG) for cattle grazing on the SumaGrow treated fields averaged 2.1 lbs/day/animal compared to the 1.9 lbs/day of the cattle grazing the fertilizer treated fields.  Read more


The LHOP Ranch in Kansas compared the performance between SumaGrow, nitrogen, and organic broiler litter.  The brix levels in the SumaGrow treated forage grasses maintained a season long high over the fertilizer treated pastures.  The SumaGrow pastures also achieved higher yields, greater AUM, and more grazing days.  The combination of these indicated a cost advantage for SumaGrow use over nitrogen or broiler litter.  Read more
Why use products containing SumaGrow for your forage and hay production?

SumaGrow can maximize your profits by increasing your yields and decreasing your fertilizer costs and irrigation demands.


The technology of SumaGrow begins at the roots and builds deeper and more developed root systems.  This allows the palnt to pull nutrients and water from deeper within the soil.  The SumaGrow microbial blend work together to capture nitrogen from the air and pull nutrients from the soil for the plant's use.

Is SumaGrow a bio-pesticide?

No.  SumaGrow is not, nor is meant to be used as, a bio-pesticide.

SumaGrow has demonstrated in university trials and field trials to increase the hardiness and nutrient density of forages.

Anything else?


Using  SumaGrow combined with responsible farming practices, like frequent soil tests,  will improve your crop's performance specific to increased yields, healthier and hardier grasses and improved animal performance.


This trial was conducted by Murray State University in Kentucky. They compared three different products: SumaGrow, Raw Milk, NH
4NO3, and a control.  The results showed that SumaGrow produced an average daily gain (ADG) of 2.35 pounds, more than the cattle grazing on pastures treated with fertilizer or raw milk. SumaGrow also produced higher AUM than the other treatments. All of these worked together to create a profit for the farmer. Read more



Common Bermuda, World Feeder, and Crabgrass were the forages treated in this
trial conducted at Taylor Farms in Louisiana.  There were three treatments: SumaGrow, SumaGrow with NPK fertilizer, and NPK fertilizer alone.  Once again, SumaGrow outperformed the fertilizers with an average yield increase of 62% over fertilizer alone and brix levels that were on average 7.5% higher.  Read more
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