Crop Data and Results
- Soybean Data
- Wheat Data
- Corn Data
- Sorghum Data
- Cotton Data
2017 Dry Land Soybean Variety Performance
Location: Calhoun Field Laboratory, Clemson, SC
Third trifoliate application: Sweetener at 2 pounds per acre and Enzyme Max at 12.8 ounces per acre.
Plot Description: 4 -30inch rows, 20 foot long, and two middle rows of the plots were harvested. The test was planted on July 12 and harvested on December 12.
|Enzyme Max and Sweetener||37.6|
Bushel Bump in North Carolina during 2017
A producer in Hickory, North Carolina applied Enzyme Max at 12.8 ounces per acre on a soybean field. This application resulted in a 3 bushel bump per acre.
Enhancing Yields and ROI in Ohio
A producer in Ohio, applied Enzyme Max and Sweetener on a soybean field. It produced 78.97 bushels, which was 2.67 bushels over the check. He had a return of $26.70.
Enhancing Yields and ROI in Missouri!
“Any day you can spend $14.00 to make $140.00, it is a good day!”
-- Corey Scott with Scott Farms in Appleton City, Missouri.
Scott applied Enzyme Max, Sweetener and Micro Pack to half of an 80-acre soybean field.
The treated side PRODUCED 14 MORE BUSHELS to the acre.
He multiplied his investment by 9 times, for a net profit of $140.00.
2016 Soybean Pictures
Harvest results coming soon!
2015 Replicated Soybean Study
Bio-Stimulants Tested: Ultra Sweet, Enzyme Max, Soil Revitalizer, and Micro-Pack.
Foliar Fertilizers Tested: Legume Blend 9-18-9
2015 Oklahoma Independent Trial
Location: Bartlesville, Oklahoma
A 12 acre field was planted on July 15, 2015 and it produced 51 bushels per acre.
It was treated with 12.8 ounces of Enzyme Max, 64 ounces of Calcium, and 16 ounces of Ultra Sweet at third trifoliate. It was also treated with 64 ounces of Legume Blend 9-18-9 at pre-bloom. These inputs cost approximately $27.00 per acre.
2015 Louisiana Independent Trial
Location: St. Joseph, Louisiana
Soybean field was treated with 12.8 ounces of Enzyme Max, 16 ounces of Ultra Sweet, and 32 ounces of Soil Revitalizer 10-0-0 at third trifoliate. These inputs costs approximately $12.00 per acre.
The treated field averaged 65 bushels per acre. It had a 5 bushel bump over the control field.
2015 Louisiana Independent Trial
Location: Transylvania, Louisiana
The field produced 80 bushels per acre!
This soybean field was treated with 12.8 ounces of Enzyme Max, 16 ounces of Ultra Sweet, and 32 ounces of Soil Revitalizer 10-0-0 at third trifoliate. It was also treated with 32 ounces of Legume Blend 9-18-9 at pre-bloom. Input cost = $21.00 per acre.
2015 Kansas Independent Trial
Location: Girard, Kansas
Soybean field was treated with 12.8 ounces of Enzyme Max, 64 ounces of Calcium and 16 ounces of Ultra Sweet at third trifoliate. It was also treated with 64 ounces of Legume Blend 9-18-9 at pre-bloom.
The treated field produced 44 bushels/acre. The control produced 35 bushels/acre.
2014 Oklahoma Soybean Trial
Location: Skiatook, Okla.
During the thrid trifoliate: 40 acres was treated with 32 ounces of Soil Revitalizer 10-0-0 and 16 ounces of Ultra Sweet. At Pre-bloom it was also treated with 32 ounces of Legume Blend 9-18-9.
The 40 acres treated with Royal-Grow produced 54.57 bushels/acre. The control produced 43.14 bushels/acre.
2014 Customer Testimonial
I expected that Royal-Grow would work as well as traditional fertilizers, but in fact, it worked all most as twice as well. In the past I used granular for the most part, and Royal-Grow, hands down, is a better product for me. The company has offered producers such as myself a more cost efficient way to fertilize. The simplicity of the application and the performance has sold me. We planted our first seed with Royal-Grow this year and noticed that the root system was stronger, the vines were larger and the plants were healthier. The Royal-Grow treated plants had less bugs and produced almost twice as many blooms than the traditional treated plants."
- Curt Godard, Delhi, LA
2017 Oklahoma Data
Application of Enzyme Max and Sweetener in Kremlin, Oklahoma.
Wheat Harvest data:
- Protein: 12.5 to 13.5 percent
- Test Weight: 60-63 pounds per bushel
- Bushels: 59 bushels per acre
2016 Wheat Status
In Bartlesville, Okla., producer Jon Kelley is starting to see outstanding results again!
He measured 84 wheat heads to a square foot and 30 to 40 berries per head on April 11, 2016.
Royal-Grow Wheat Trial Produces Highest Yield in Oklahoma!
|Boots Kelley harvesting wheat field.||Left to right: Kelly Mull, JJ Stoeckl, Boots Kelley & Jon Kelley.|
Producers: Jon and Boots Kelley
Location: Bartlesville, Okla.
Wheat variety: Everest
Yield: 76.78 bushels per acre
Input cost: Approximately $30 an acre
Net profit from the trial: $167.00
Royal-Grow treated wheat topped Oklahoma’s 2015 wheat harvest with a yield of 76.78 bushels per acre.
According to the Oklahoma Harvest Report, the state wide average precipitation in June was 5.04 inches. The excess amounts of rain hindered a majority of Oklahoma’s crop yield and test weights. Yields reported for the most were in the low 20’s to the mid 30’s. The report stated that producers with better management practices and better weather, reported yields of 60 bushels per acre in some locations.
Royal-Grow Products Outperform Traditional Fertilizer in Replicated Wheat Trial.
Overview: Seven test plots were studied during this trial. Each plot was treated with a different combination of products.
Plot 1: Sweetener (1 lb.) and Supreme 32-0-0 (1 gal.)
Trial Yield: 87.83
Check Yield: 65.21
Approximate cost for plot 1 application: $12.07
Plot 2 Supreme 32-0-0 (1 gal.) and Ultra Sweet (16 oz.)
Trial Yield: 65.01
Check Yield: 56.35
Approximate cost for plot 2 application: $12.17
Plot 3: Traditional 28-0-0-3 (10 gal.) and Ultra Sweet (16 oz.)
Trial Yield: 63.56
Check Yield: 61.27
Approximate cost for plot 3 application: $13.80
Plot 4: Supreme 32-0-0 (1 gal.) and Enzyme Max(13 oz.)
Trial Yield: 67.96
Check Yield: 62.12
Approximate cost for plot 4 application: $11.72
Plot 5: Traditional 28-0-0-3 (10 gal.) and Enzyme Max (13 oz.)
Trial Yield: 67.92
Check Yield: 53.33
Approximate cost for plot 5 application: $13.35
Plot 6: Supreme 32-0-0 (1 gal.)
Trial Yield: 66.87
Check Yield: 64.62
Approximate cost for plot 6 application: $9.17
Plot 7: Traditional 28-0-0-3 (10 gal.)
Trial Yield: 59.8
Check Yield: 55.26
Approximate cost for plot 7 application: $10.80
Royal-Grow plot application cost in based on bulk pricing. Traditional 28-0-0-3 pricing was confirmed by Choteau Lime on October 22, 2015.
14 bushel bump in North Carolina in 2017
In a 25 acre trial that was replicated 8 times, a producer applied Enzyme Max at 12.8 ounces per acre. The producer had a 14 bushel bump when compared to the check. This trial was located in Hickory, NC. Pictures coming soon.
Enhancing Yields in Colorodo
A producer in Colorado applied Enzyme Max, Sweetener, Micro Pack and Cobalt to his corn field.
The field produced 284 bushels, which was 32 bushels over the check.
Enhancing Yields in Ohio
A producer in Ohio applied Enzyme Max and Sweetener on his corn field.
This trial produced 182.1 bushels, which was 1.5 bushels over the check
Faster emergence and enhanced corn yields in Missouri
This treatment produced a 25 bushel bump for the producer.
Corn update - July 3, 2016: Located in Deerfield, Missouri.
Corn update - June 23, 2016: Located in Deerfield, Missouri.
- Plants on the left: No Treatment
- Plants on the Right: Treated in-furrow with Enzyme Max , Sweetener and 6-24-6 Royal-Grow starter.
May 19, 2016: Located in Deerfield, Missouri.
- Plant on the left: No Treatment
- Plant on the Right: Treated in-furrow with Enzyme Max , Sweetener and 6-24-6 Royal-Grow starter.
April 11, 2016.
Foliar Product Study with Enzyme Max
To evaluate the products Respire and Royal-Grow Enzyme Max, applied as foliar treatments on corn. Both products were applied at the V4 growth stage.
|V4 Treatment||Bu/Acre||Bu/Acre Difference||Net Return||ROI|
|Control||201.7||- -||$810.83||- -|
|12.8 oz Enzyme Max||214.7||+13.0||$859.90||+$49.07|
|8 oz Respire||212.7||+10.5||$847.04||+$36.21|
This plot was planted very wet and experienced compaction at planting coupled with early season excessive water stress. From the results of the data, it appears that Enzyme Max may have alleviated the effects of compaction, helping to improve plant nutrient uptake, which are the product claims. Both products increased yield and return on investment substantially.
2016 Irrigated Grain Sorghum Trials
Location: Yuma, Colarodo
Planted: 6/1/2016 | Harvested: 10/03/2016
Applications of Enzyme Max and Sweetener produced the largest yields with an increase of 39.6 bushels over the control. View all data and applications by clicking the link below.
2017 Texas Cotton Data
Application: Enzyme Max at 12.8 ounces per acre.
In a first square trial with Enzyme Max, the producer reported that the Enzyme Max treated cotton, produced 20% more 5- lock bolls than 4- lock bolls, when compared to a competing product.
MORE COTTON DATA COMING SOON! UPDATED 1/10/18.
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