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Look for the proof in yield results, not just the promises

  Look for the proof in yield results, not just the promises
Posted: April 18, 2023
Author: Kelsey Banks Source: NexusBioAg #bioniq #tagteam-bioniq #bioadvantagetrials #battrials

Proof Found in Large Field Trials

Whether you are an agronomist, grower, raise livestock, or are a livestock nutritionist we can all agree on one thing – it is easier to make a sound decision on inputs based off on-farm data showing the proof behind products, not just promises that it works.

Testing and proving the benefits of our products with data is a core value at NexusBioAg. Since 1988 we’ve conducted the BioAdvantage Trial (BAT) program. A program that works with producers, retails, agronomists, and growers to execute farmer-conducted large-scale trials. Since its inception we have run over 500 trials on crops such as wheat, canola, corn, soybean, lentils and peas. Since 2015, we’ve conducted over 150 canola trials, consolidating thorough data on canola yield per acre on numerous fields across the prairies.

Sales rep in wheat field, with harvesting equipment in-action in background

The BAT program is an essential part of the NexusBioAg’s business model. It enables us to provide our retailers and growers with the data they need to make informed decisions about our products to be more successful in the field and maximize yield. The program also allows growers to be a part of the development of exciting new products and be among the first to get hands-on experience with those products.

Crop Trials Across Canada offer Diverse Testing Conditions

By working with cooperators across Canada, we gain unbiased and accurate data from the BAT program. We follow each trial from product application through to harvest, with checks throughout the growing season. BAT cooperators have led the successful development and testing of innovative NexusBioAg products across Canada, including BioniQ and TagTeam BioniQ.


Sales Rep standing beside BioniQ treater. In 2023 the program will continue to push important advances for the agriculture industry. There are over 150 trials planned across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. Major crops will be represented in the trials this season, which will include: canola, wheat, peas, lentils, soybeans, and corn.

While the 2023 BAT program will continue to provide valuable information on many current NexusBioAg products in the market, we will also be trialing several new products that fit into our portfolio lineup of inoculants, micronutrients, stabilizers and nutrient efficiency products that we hope to bring to market.


A key part of the BAT program is Track-A-Trial. This program involves reps in each of our regions following a specific BAT trial as they collect data throughout the growing season as well as post-harvest. This allows us to offer in-season updates following trial progress from seeding, crop establishment and all the way through to harvest.

Canola Inoculant Trial

Canola Field during flowering season. BioAdvantage - BioniQ Field Sign

View our BioAdvantage Trials results, or if you would like more information about the BAT program or Track-a-Trial, please reach out to your local representative.

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