Recently, independent laboratory-based microbial testing was carried out to examine the early growth of a canola crop in South Australia. One section of the trial crop was treated with BSN Superstrike (BSNSS) and the other treated with a competitor seed treatment product. Whilst there were limitations with the scope of the microbial testing, it can clearly be seen that the BSN-treated plants produced at least double the rhizosphere mass than that of the competitor product. This is an affirming and positive story for farmers and growers who want to set their crops up with the best possible start. The crop and the test results can be viewed here.