WISErg Performance Products dramatically increase crop yield

Crop Trials

WISErg’ s unique fertilizers are produced from a patented food recovery process that retains all of the nutrients in the food. Because no nutrients are lost in the process, WISErg’s fertilizers provide a rich balanced diet for plants and soil microbes. Growers using WISErg fertilizers can see unparalleled increases in yield along with much healthier plants and soil.

WISErg partners with growers, universities, and independent researchers to measure the benefits of its agricultural inputs. Studies listed are just a small sample of crop types and data we have collected. We will happily share any of our crop or trial information.

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A study was designed to determine the effects of WISErganic 3-2-2 fertilizer overlaid on a conventional strawberry fertility program in California


A study was designed to determine the effects of liquid organic fertilizer on blueberry production systems in Washington.


A study on organic bell peppers in coastal California evaluated the effects of WISErganic fertilizer compared to the grower standard fish fertilizer applied as in-season nutrition.


In a field study in Washington, the effects of WISErganic fertilizer on apple yield and quality were compared to fish fertilizer.


To determine if WISErganic is competitive with conventional crop fertilization, the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) at the University of Arizona in Tucson conducted a study to compare yield and quality of lettuce grown with WISErganic organic fertilizer and a conventional Hoagland fertilizer solution.


A field study comparing the use of WISErganic fertilizer to organic fish fertilizer and conventional fertilizer showed that WISErganic fertilizer, applied at 100% of the recommended nitrogen-loading rate, improved onion yield and significantly increased onion diameter size.


This study was designed to evaluate the efficacy WISErganic on Russet Norkotah potatoes in Washington State’s Columbia Basin.


A study was conducted with Perfect Circle Corp., a sustainable greenhouse grower specializing in fresh market organic tomatoes and powered by landfill methane reserves.