UNIBEST offers a unique and disruptive opportunity to quantify, measure, evaluate, develop & market products with a message that is easily communicated from product development to the grower.
Leveraging UNIBEST patented and patent pending ion-exchange resin technologies, UNIBEST Product Testing™ accurately quantifies product application response before and after soil interaction. This disruptive data offers product development to ag service companies the opportunity to easily evaluate products, rates, timing and placement, and properly position them with a particular growers soil-type response.
This platform leverages a high level of replications, is fully customizable to meet specific goals and objectives and provides thousands of data points associated with products and nutrient availability/release in just weeks or months. Results provide the data to calculate statistical significance. Work can be done when field trials are not possible.
Seamlessly provide disruptive nutrient availability data to your customers
Product Testing Deliverables Include:
All raw data files clearly labeled & packaged
Final research report
Power point presentation of study overview & results
Starting The Process:
UNIBEST provides a clearly defined scope and proposal document
UNIBEST provides a methods and materials document agreed upon by all parties
UNIBEST provides a pre-evaluation of products and platform compatibility prior to starting
If a quicker look is needed with less replicated data please take a
look at UNIBEST’s Try-Before-You-Apply™.
Evaluate multiple product chemistries across many different soil types. Guides product positioning by soil type/geographical regions, evaluation of potential ROI and develops disruptive marketing materials - Our Product, Your Soil.
Case Study 1:
Zinc Fertilizer Chemistries
Each Treatment was replicated 10 times and produced 200 data points for Zinc in 1 week.
Results showed that Product 4 provided statistically more available Zn in all four soils when Zn was banded. Banded or broadcast Zn may not be cost effective in Soil 4 and one may want to consider foliar or seed treatment Zn additions.
Quantify Products & Rates
Evaluate BEST-FIT products and rates by soil type. In this case, the product is applied to a particular soil type in the laboratory and product response/release is evaluated to quantify its ability to supply nutrient in forms and rates that match specific crop uptake demands (lbs/A/Day).
Case Study 2:
Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP)
Each parameter in the study was replicated 25 times, for a total of 350 samples.
This study confirms that the applied MAP has the true bioavailable amount of phosphorus, but when applied to the soil a large portion of the MAP is not available for plant uptake. This kind of decision can be costly and yield goals may not be achieved due to unavailable nutrient levels at critical growth stages.