The History of Biobased started in 2007 on major crops
Story About a extreme draught farmer that doubled his soybean crop with just 3/10 of an inch of rain!
It started about spring of January 2007, when a friend of the family stopped by after hearing about the Soysoap Surfactant we had trailed on many crops around the world. Well it was lucky for us we gave him 4 gallons of a Soysoap Surfactant we make out of only farmer grown ingredients. The ingredients are listed at the US GOV FDA as just EAFUS food additives. We plan to register and sell it as a agri mineral or micronutruent in 2008.
Anyway about 5 months later we get a call from him and he tells us that after 40 years of growing Soybeans he can't believe his eyes. He had mixed the Soysoap Surfactant product as an additive with a generic glysophosphate roundup on his Soybeans grown with Northrop King Seeds. He only applied Soysoap Surfactant one time and that was when he applied it to the very small soybeans plants.
So we asked why was he so excited and he said, "Your Soysoap Surfactant treated plants are growing, and the controls are 30% smaller and yellowed". So we said call us back in a month and let us know what you see next. Well we got that call and he said, "The Soysoap Surfactant treated plants had many more limbs and were all bushed out. The control was just a straight stalk, We were starting to think we were into something good again as in Asia. Finally in November when he harvested the Soybeans he gave us the results.
Note: We should add that apparently my Soysoap Surfactant prevented generic glysophosphate roundup from tying up the manganese that yellows the plants. The Treated Plants remained Green the whole time. It appears that while the plants are in this yellow state they really don't grow much for about 3 weeks. Herbicides, Pesticides traditionally stunt growth and production.
Soybean are one of the largest crops in the world.
1). Treated acreage about 190 pods per plant, 40% more
2). Untreated acreage about 109 pods per plant, 40% less
3). Treated: 40% more harvest and money vs. untreated soybeans.
4). Farmer had noticed more yield loss over the year from pests eating his Soybeans, and in the treated area he had no yield loss and the leaves had no holes in them.
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