Our New Partnership Program

Agrarian Organics is pleased to announce our new Partnership Program. We're helping growers build soil health and reduce chemical inputs over time, at a reduced cost!


YEAR 1 - BUILDING SOIL

1. Apply AO CROP as a soil/root drench prior to the growing season at the ratio of 2 gallons per acre (2% AO solution, 2 gal AO CROP mixed in 98 gal water) mixed with 8 lbs of white sugar.
2. Apply AO CROP as a foliar application at a ratio of 2 gallons per acre, 3 times during growing cycle, applied at the proper time corresponding to the plants' development.
3. If soil results determine minimal microbiological change, or if this application is economically viable, we would we would apply AO CROP as a soil/root drench after harvest at the same ratio as Protocol #1, combined with the white sugar.
Cost for materials (8-10 gallons) in year 1 is between $272 - $340 per acre ($34/gallon).

YEARS 2 & 3 - REDUCTION OF CHEMICAL INPUTS

1. Depending on the lab results of the soil samples, plant tissue and crop, years 2 and 3 will be modified and other chemical or synthetic input materials would be reduced.
2. However, the three foliar applications of AO CROP will remain with adjustments to the date of application, depending on the plants' stage of development. Option for soil/root drenches.
Costs for materials (6-10 gallons) in years 2 and 3 is between $204 - $340 per acre ($34/gallon).


OUR THREE YEAR PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

Commitment to participate in our three year partnership program
comes with the following benefits:


SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED COST: Savings of $14.05/gallon
Free Lab Analysis & Consultation*
Free Shipping


* Our 3rd party lab consults with Agrarian Organics and our growers to adjust application protocols to help our growers increase soil tilth, thus increasing brix values and crop yields.



YEAR 1 COST


Materials: 8-10 gallons


$272 - $340/acre each year


($34/gallon)

YEARS 2 & 3 COST


Materials: 6-10 gallons


$204 - $340/acre each year


($34/gallon)

THREE YEAR PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM COST SAVINGS


 Materials: 6-10 gallons


$119.70 - $199.50/acre each year


 ($19.95/gallon)

 

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