Thanks to Charlie Cox of Spider Hall Farm for sending this action shot of his combine harvesting a field of Bloom-boosted corn.

“The dry weather really helped us to expedite the Bloom spreading this spring. I can really tell the difference in the Bloom corn compared to where we used conventional fertilizer,” said Cox, whose farm is located in Prince Frederick, Maryland. “It had a better color, looked healthier and was not quite as stressed in the heat. Once we got rain this summer, it really took off.”

Spider Hall Farm is not only a working farm, it also runs a farm stand that celebrates Maryland agriculture, selling milk, meat, ice cream, canned goods, baked goods, seasonal produce, and more. Check out its October Festival next month, featuring hay rides, corn maze, and more.