SEA-CROP in Africa
During the African summer of 2010-2011, trials were run at three government research stations in Malawi as well as at Bunda College and the Agricultural Research and Extension Trust in Malawi.
SEA-CROP went to Malawi in April of 2011 to see how the trials were coming along. Observations in the field indicate that the final yields will be outstanding. Below are photos of ripening crops that will soon be harvested
It is hoped that the ability of SEA-CROP to promote increased yields of more nutrient dense food will help to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the nation of Malawi and elsewhere.
Increased root development is observed at Chitedze Research Station
soy beans are inspected at Bunda College
Soy Beans are inspected on a farm. Notice the fuller root development
and greater number of pods evident on the treated cluster to the left as compared to the untreated cluster on the right.
SEA-CROP treated peanuts on the left show far greater development and fruit set than the control that only had NPK fertilizer.
everyone is happy with the peanut trials!
At Chitala Research Station the treated corn on the left has good kernel development all the way to the top of the cob. The kernels are larger and there are more rows of kernels than the control on the right.
Personnel at Chitala Research Station showing the lush root and cob development of SEA-CROP treated corn on the right compared to the control on the left that only received a standard NPK fertilization.
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