PRM alfalfa outperforms the Control time and time again, even when the cards are stacked against us. Our farmer let us run PRM on a 4 year stand and selected a 2 year stand as control.
- Increased quality (RFV)
- Increased yield
- Reduced weed pressure, no herbicides
- Denser, healthier field of alfalfa
- Less cost, more revenue.
3 apps of herbicides ($30/A)
0 apps of herbicides
We ran a season long trial on silage corn in two adjacent fields, separated by a 2 lane road. Looking at the yield data and the photos, our results are apparent:
- Increased yield by 20%
- Reduced weed pressure
- No herbicides
Before beginning a PRM program, Arizona National faced issues with compaction, high runoff, bare spots throughout fairways, and thin roughs with low turf density. Their location in the Sonoran Desert also meant extremely high expense for water and fertility.
2016-2017 PRM RESULTS:
- Turf filled in and density increased
- Improved water infiltration and decreased runoff
- Saved $130,000 in water
- Saved $80,000 in fertility
- Set record for number of rounds played — over 4,000 in March 2017
Turf conditions before PRM treatment began: bare spots and poor playing conditions.
Improved playing conditions and consistent turf after treatment.
Before PRM, Riverbirch suffered from severe latch layering (1-2″) that created an entirely perched water table, with little to no roots reaching into the compacted, dry soil (VWC 4-6%).
- Reduced thatch and compaction
- Root zone expansion
- Increased turf density
See photos below for visuals of Before / After comparison of the PRM trial at Riverbirch.
Dry brown patches cover both the Test and Control areas.
Test area has improved in color and turf density.
Root Zone Before
Shallow root zone before, which stayed consistent in Control.
Root Zone After
Root depth increased by several inches in Test area.
Pinecrest ran a PRM trial on their greens during the 2019 season. Before beginning a PRM program, Pinecrest experienced moderate thatch layering, compaction and infiltration rates on their greens. We demonstrated a significant improvement in turf quality and playing conditions with PRM.
- Thatch — 60% decrease
- Root zone — 148% increase
- Compaction — 90% decrease
- Drainage — 17% increase
See photos below to see the overall difference in turf quality. We saw improvements in denser, greener and more consistent turf.
7 green before, with inconsistent density and color.
7 green after, looking denser and more consistent.
Close up shot of 7 green before.
Close up shot of 7 green after.
Eagle Hills ran a scaled trial of PRM during the 2019 season, running an isolated program on the front 9 in order to keep the back 9 as a control.
- Thatch — 36% decrease
- Root zone — 81% increase
- Compaction — 41% decrease
- Drainage — 15% increase
- Thatch — 7% increase
- Root zone reduction — no change / slight decrease
- Compaction — 20% increase
- Drainage — 55% decrease
5 tee before, with inconsistent turf density, color, signs of heat stress.
5 tee after, visibly more dense, consistent, and no signs of heat stress.
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