2019 Pivot Bio Spring Wheat Application

2019 Pivot Bio PROVEN Spring Wheat Trial

Pivot Bio has developed a unique microbial solution for the fixation of Nitrogen named PROVEN™.  The multiple benefits of PROVEN include: reliable yield performance in environments where nitrogen becomes deficient or unavailable, and potential for more efficient use and application of nitrogen. As Pivot Bio commercially introduces PROVEN for corn in 2019, they have developed a PROVEN formulation to be used with wheat, applied as a seed treatment.

If you are a wheat farmer with seed-treatment capabilities and are interested in working with Pivot Bio, fill out the form below.



2018 Intent to Pivot

In 2018, a select group of Corn Belt growers participated in Pivot Bio field trials to achieve crop yield potential with less fertilizer use. Farmers who participated in the “Intent to Pivot” program were beta testing the first sustainable nitrogen source for corn. Read the 2018 Performance Report. Learn more about Pivot Bio.

What Growers are Saying

Why Pivot Bio?

Joel Mathiowetz –
Southern Minnesota

What Does Pivot Bio Do?

Bryan Tomm – Illinois

Future of Pivot Bio

Michael Steeke – Central Minnesota


In the News

Pivot Bio Advances Toward Commercial Launch of First Sustainable Nitrogen Product

August 6, 2018 –  Across the Corn Belt this summer, Pivot Bio and farmers in the company’s Intent to Pivot program are beta testing the first sustainable nitrogen source for corn. These plants receive nitrogen on-demand each day from Pivot Bio’s proprietary and field-tested microbes. The beta program is the final step before product is commercially available for use with corn for 2019 planting.  Read more.

Pivot Bio Announces Pre-Commercial Launch of Nitrogen-Producing Microbes to Improve Crop Nutrition and Yields

March 20, 2018 – Pivot Bio unveiled its “Intent to Pivot” field-scale beta testing program. Farmers in critical corn-producing states across the Corn Belt will trial Pivot Bio’s nitrogen-producing microbes in large-scale plots. Read more.