2017 Forage Data
A rancher in Quapaw, Oklahoma was able to produce 500 pounds more hay to the acre. He applied the following products with a nitrogen application using streamer bars:
- Enzyme Max at 12.8 ounces per acre
- Sweetener at 1 pound per acre
"We are overgrazed for one thing, we have more cows than we should have on this place. Of course, we have had a good year with some rain, but because of the fertilizer, we have good grass and fat cows."
- Lynn Oakley, Rancher near Chelsea, Okla.
Oakley said he is running close to 2 cows per acre. He applied the following products to his pastures
- Supreme Plant Food 32-0-0
- All Purpose Plant Food 20-20-20
- Enzyme Max
- Calcium Nitrate
2015 Bahia Grass Trial
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2 gallons of Supreme Plant Food 32-0-0 produced similar results to 22.5 gallons of Insol.
2015 Forage treated with 32-30-30
Location: Maramec, Okla.
36.8 acres was grazed heavily until the middle of June. On July 3rd, it was fertilized with a custom blended 32-30-30 at 64 ounces per acre. The bermudagrass and native field was cut on August 13, 2015. It produced 91 - 5x6 bales (2.47 bales per acre).
In 2015 the 36.8 acres produced 91 bales (2.47 large bales per acre).
In 2014 the 36.8 acres produced 53 bales (1.44 small bales per acre).
In 2015 the 36.8 acres produced 37 bales (1 small bale per acre).
Fall Application in Oklahoma
First picture: Before Royal-Grow treatment
Second picture: One day before cutting
Location: Kansas, Okla.
A bermudagrass field was fertilized in September 2012 with Supreme Plant Food 32-0-0 at 64 ounces peracre. After application, the field recieved a one-time rain of 4 inches. It was grazed down to less than 3 inches tall. Temperatures ranged from 50 to 60 degree nights and 70 to 80 degree days.
In 20 days, the grass grew 10 inches! It produced two bales to the acre (5x6 bales wieghing approximately 1,800 pounds. The grass continued to grow until frost, and it grew an additional 4 inches after the first cutting.
Side by side comparision in Texas
Location: Telephone, Texas.
A professional applicator applied 1 gallon per acre of Supreme Plant Food 32-0-0 on half of a wheat grass field, and 9 gallons per acre of UAN 32-0-0 on the other half.
Following application, he noted Royal-Grow did not burn his wheat, while the traditional did. The Royal-Grow plot produced 7 more 4x5 bales. A tissue analysis test also showed the Royal-Grow bales were higher quality.
Side by side comparision in Arkansas
During the Fall of 2013, a Royal-Grow stockpile trial was conducted by the University of Arkansas. The bermudagrass fields were not harvested. The university applied 48 ounces of Supreme Plant Food 32-0-0. Royal-Grow visibly out produced 125 pounds of traditional 46-0-0 by a margin of 30 percent plus.
Alfalfa Results in Oklahoma
Location: Bartlesville, Okla.
A 40 acre field was treated with Royal-Grow bio-stimulants.The application cost approximately $30 per acre. The 40 acres produced 176 5x6 round bales (4.4 bales per acre).
Alfalfa Results in Missouri
Location: Southern Missouri
A 100 acre field was treated with Royal-Grow 3-27-11. The application cost approximately $30 per acre. The 40 acres produced 176 5x6 round bales (4.4 bales per acre).