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StollerUSA Launches Bio-Forge.com to Offer Solutions for Crops Under Stress
Date:8/13/2008

StollerUSA hopes to increase awareness of the benefits of its Bio-Forge® product line through the use of its new interactive micro site Bio-Forge.com. The Web site also includes an overview of Stoller's proprietary technology, plant growth cycles and hormone balance--the critical relationship that enables Bio-Forge to sustain plants and help them to flourish.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 14, 2008 -- StollerUSA hopes to increase awareness of the benefits of its Bio-Forge® product line through the use of its new interactive micro site Bio-Forge.com. The Web site also includes an overview of Stoller's proprietary technology, plant growth cycles and hormone balance--the critical relationship that enables Bio-Forge to sustain plants and help them to flourish.

"It is a clear and visual way to demonstrate how farmers can increase their yield potential with http://www.bio-forge.com [Bio-Forge®]," explains Marketing Director Jeff Morgan. "Farmers select the crop and the stress challenge they are facing. The website animation demonstrates how Bio-Forge impacts the chosen crop in their specific situation." As Morgan noted, farmers are facing a variety of stressors from drought and extreme heat to high moisture and herbicide drift. The Web site--and http://www.bio-forge.com/about_bioforge.html [Bio-Forge]-- address all of these issues, including insects and pests.

Bio-forge.com details the http://www.bio-forge.com/research.html [university research] that confirms the results farmers are seeing when using Bio-Forge in their fields. During the 2008 crop year Bio-Forge was applied to over 250,000 acres of corn and soybeans. Data is organized by crop type and high
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