Farmers have never had a field of Cucumbers like this just money money. $$$$
Manager of the Belle Vue Farmers' Cooperative in Saint Lucia growing plentiful Cucumbers for $1.25 an acre of Soysoap
He is seeing thousands from his 2nd harvest using Plantonic his private label of Soysoap as a private label from Soysoap.
He is very happy prosperous farmer now of Cucumber vegetable crop and a small farm.
So lets look at the week by week journey using Soysoap arrive at this bountiful crop
Salesman: What's that?
Mr. Leons Maybe a thousand cucumber.
Salesman: Thousands, I think we have much more than a thousand here.
Mr. Leons: Oh, we have.
Salesman: Supporting you, I'm with you. Even I'm with you.
Salesman Wow! So this is our second harvest and this the farmer used Soysoap to grow these.
Salesman And as you can see, these are very wonderful. We have another pile over here and
Salesmans: We have Mr. Leons washing those cucumbers, preparing them for market, right?
Saleman: Leons: Yes.
Salesman: All right, all right. We are very happy with what we are seeing and this is what Soysoap can do for you.
Mr. Leons: All right, Before we could get mass producton of Cucumbers in Saint Lucia. We had to go through the stages of growing a crop.
Mr. Leons: We had to develop dilution rates, application timing and frequency, appication methods drip lines, mist spraying, backpack spraying, etc.
Mr. Leons: So we have these 6 video that we have added back to help new farmers see how Soysoap was applied to Cucumbers!
Salesman: Soysoap-Cucumbers-Video-Farmer1-1st-application Okay, here we are today. Today is the 9th of January. These are some cucumber plants. These were transplanted about two days ago, and actually about three
days ago and we are about to apply the first application of Soysoap on those cucumber trees. This is a trial we are very happy that the farmer here has allowed us to demonstrate
to him and to the other farmers around that our product is able to replace many of the chemicals, of the toxic chemicals that he is presently using. So we're going to be I think in
all, we should be spraying today about between 1000 and 1500 plants. And what we're going to do, we're going to monitor the plants for over the course of the next seven to eight weeks.
Okay, healthy plants there. And the point here is that after spraying with Soysoap, by using Soysoap not only will the farmer have a much stronger plant, but as a result
of a much stronger and healthier plant, he is not going to have to use that many harsh chemical to control pest and what have you. So healthy plants, less fungicide, less pesticide,
better for the environment, better for the farmer.
All right, okay, so we have our Soysoap solution in this sprayer right here, we are about to apply. Okay, I will keep in touch. Bye.
Salesman: Soysoap-Cucumbers-Video-Farmer1-2nd-application.mp4 Today is the 16th of January Okay, hello guys. We are here with our second cucumber video, just giving you an update on our cucumber plants, and
you be the judge. This seems to be going very fine. Take a look at the size, you can go back and take a look at our first video on our cucumbers and
tell me what you think.
Salesman: We are actually very impressed with what's happening here. Let me give you some larger view here. Very nice, the plants seem to be doing very nice.
We've had a couple of we've had some rain over the past two or three days, but generally this seems to be doing very fine.
Salesman: Okay, now here is something I didn't mention on the first video that is actually even more impressive. Take a look at these guys over here versus our guys over here.
Now, this side is grown with already we sprayed with our plant booster called Soysoap and this side is the farmers using conventional chemicals right. So he adds urea, he
adds fungicide, there is this new product called Wellgrow. He sprays I think at least two to sometimes three times for the week, definitely at least twice a week. And take a
look at the size of these plants here and take a look at our plants here.
Salesman: All right, and the point here is to illustrate that by using Soysoap, you can reduce obviously on the amount of chemicals that you are using, but also in terms of
price, you actually it's actually cheaper to use Soysoap, you get pretty much the same benefits. So take a look at these, we are just using one product spraying about
seven to 10 days and this guy uses like three or four different products. He sprays about twice a week; you tell me what you think. So conventional here, I will do some
close-ups there for you. This is the conventional guy, he has a couple so you can see a couple of beds here, all of this be conventional and then as we switch to our side
here, starting from this bed going down all the way there, it's just Soysoap.
Salesman: And boy, Soysoap is doing a very, very good job of keeping this plants healthy and as a result but look at this, I mean, do you see any sign of stress or pest?
I don't think so. Very nice, healthy plants. One product, non-toxic sprayed every seven to 10 between every seven and 10 days. All right, so we are actually getting ready
to do an application here. We are going to be spraying these and I guess I am going to probably see you in letís say seven days to see the status of our plants. All right
guys, thank you. Bye-bye.
Salesman: Soysoap-Cucumbers-Video-Farmer1-3rd application, Today is the 24th of January, Hi guys, it's about eight days since our last video and I just wanted to give you an update on our plants. As you
can see, they are doing very well. And a little surprise, guess what, we actually have some flowers. We are beginning to see some flowers here. Unusually for cucumbers, that
means from the next I would say, three to four weeks from now, we should be able to harvest some cucumbers, yeah, I would say about four weeks. So very healthy plants, some
more flowers, very nice. So all these plants right here were sprayed with Soysoap and as you can see all right, we are hoping that these plants will grow and be able to
give us a pretty good yield. Sorry for the shadow here but it's kind of sunny right now.
Okay, what I am going to do, I am going to come back in about probably 10 to 14 days from now, and by then we should have some cucumbers in there. And I will see you
then. So, so far we are very happy with what we are seeing. Take a look at the size of those leaves. Green and large leaves, this is really amazing. Okay, look at the size
of some of the leaves right now, healthy. Okay guys, I will see you in about 14 days. Take care, bye.
Salesman: Soysoap-Cucumbers-Video-Farmer1-4th application, Today is the 16th of February 8th, , Hello guys, we are here in the Caribbean. This is a cucumber farm down in the Caribbean and we actually
used this product from Biobased, SoySoap and we sprayed this right now, we've sprayed about we've applied about three applications, quarter of an ounce to a gallon.
And wow, the results are amazing. These plants are about four and half weeks old, about five weeks actually and look at these. Here we have tons of flowers, unbelievable
and the plants look very, very healthy.
On a side note, we have not used any fungicide. Usually, we'd use about apply fungicide maybe about once every two weeks, once a week sometimes. But so far the
plants look so healthy, so there was no need to apply any fungicide. But take a look at these, I mean we even have some cucumbers, some small cucumbers here and I don't
know if you can see these, but we actually have some small cucumbers here and we even have some bee activities, wow.
So we are going to be monitoring these plants, but they look extremely healthy and when applied to fertilizer these especially foliar fertilizer, these SoySoap can
really make a difference, I mean unbelievable. Tons of flowers, we are expecting a huge harvest from this plot of cucumbers here. Very healthy, tons of flowers, large green leaves, unbelievable!
All right. I am going to keep in touch and hopefully, in about a week and half we should be harvesting some cucumbers from this plot. Thank you, have a great one.
Salesman: Hey guys. The news about SoySoap is spreading pretty fast and so this is the second farmer who is using SoySoap on cucumbers in the Caribbean, and he is very
satisfied with what he is seeing right now. This is like two applications and you can see he is very satisfied. The plants are very healthy. I know it's very sunny down here in the
Caribbean, but take a look at this. Right now, this is a new convert here. He is using SoySoap on all of these plants. So far, he has not used any fungicide, just wow, very impressive,
healthy plants, green leaves. All right, we will keep you up-to-date with what's going on with these plants.
Soysoap Kills Viruses by the elimination strands of nucleic acid, either DNA or RNA, and protective protein coat (the capsid), Or a lipid envelope, surrounding the protein.
Soysoap has been injected into banana plants at a rate 1/2 oz per gallon of Soysoap and have documented the erradication of Moko and Erwinia and CMV (Cucumber Mosaic Virus) in bananas.
Soysoap was applied 1/2 oz per gallon in conjunction with existing fertigation on Japanese Plum in a farm in Murcia, Spain known to have struggled against Sharka-Plum Pox Virus (PPV) to assess impact on growth and yield.
Results: Infected rate (wastage) on treated plots is less than 4% whilst untreated plots is more than 30%.
Soysoap was applied 1/2 oz per gallon in conjunction with existing fertigation protocol in a zucchini farm in Spain during a season with onset of Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus (TolCNDV) which ravaged melon crops across
Spain. Results: Treated infected trees showed regeneration of leaves with new shoots and fruiting with no visible signs of the disease. Achieved normal growth and yield despite onset of the virus.