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Soysoap Vegetable Trials

First off Farmers because of the high pesticidal activity the standard program is 100 gallons per acre unlike the rest of the USA that is every other month at more like 10 gallons.

Soysoap produced alot 4 times more in the USA, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Squash, Watermelon and Peppers!


The following crops were all grown in the USA with a plant nutrient that could not be classified as a fertilizer or claimed to be a pesticide. This product usage was solely, in alternation or mixed with existing agri-chem products! What was reported was there was an increase in production and no yield losses. This was while surrounding farms had significant production losses due to infestation, vine decline and and TYLCV virsus!

Tomatoes (Round,Roma) 5000+ Acres:
The types of tomatoes were regular round and Roma's., From transplanting to 70 days, nothing was used except the Adjuvant every 7 days, except after dew or rain. 70 days in the crop we started alternating with the regular spray program. Also Used in the last 1/3 of the crop life. Used the product solely, rotation or mixed with regular program of every 7 days. The results for both tomatoe types was excellent with increased product size and wegiht and no use of copper sulfate. Farmer was very concerned about copper sulfate toxicity, and damage to soils and future farming. Other surrounding farms were destroyed by Bacterial Spot and or TYLCV transported by white files - Tomato yellow leaf curl virus! A common problem in the following countries USA: Florida.

Potatoes (Red, White, Yukon Gold): 1000+ Acres
The production were trials conducted on about 1000 acres. Only Adjuvant (Plant Nutrient) was used for the entire life of the crop. There were no pesticides used and there was excellent production with no yield loss! The peppers were sprayed every 5 to 7 days.



Peppers (Bell, Jalapeno, Habaneras, Poblano): 400+ Acres
The production were trials conducted on about 400 acres. Only Adjuvant (Plant Nutrient) was used for the entire life of the crop. There were no pesticides used and there was great production with yield loss! The peppers were sprayed every 5 to 7 days, and there was no infestation.


Squash (Zucchinis, Buttercup, Butternut, Acorn, Spaghetti) 1200+ Acres

The production were trials conducted on about 1200 acres. Adjuvant (Plant Nutrient) was used for the entire life of the crop in rotation with normal spray program. There were no pesticides used and there was more production with yield loss!


Watermelons (Seeded, Seedless): 1000+ Acres
The production trials were conducted at several locations on about 1000 acres. Only Adjuvant (Plant Nutrient) was used for the entire life of the crop. There were no pesticides used, and there was better production and no yield loss, Adjuvant was sprayed every 5 to 7 days.

Vine Decline: Watermelon growers had been hammered by a disorder currently being called watermelon vine decline. When a number of growers reported problems with watermelon vine collapsing as the crop approached harvest. Initial symptoms appear as a slight yellowing or weak area in the field, followed by wilting of the vines, scorched and brown leaves, defoliation, and rapid mature vine collapse, and can destroy a crop in less than 10 days. None of the Adjuvant watermelon fields had any vine decline!


Other Crops, If It's Green We Can Grow It!
Alfalfa Alfalfa Seed Almonds Apples Apples (sugar) Arrugula Artichokes, Artichokes Arugula Asparagus Avocados Azalea (Nursery-Grown) Bananas Bananas (American Pacific) Barley Basil Beans Beans (Dry) Beans (Green), Beans (Lima) Beans (Snap) Bedding Plants Beet Seed (Table Beet) Beets Blackberries Blueberries Blueberries (Highbush) Blueberries (Wild) Bok Choy Brambles Broccoli Broccoli (Raab) Brussels Sprouts Cabbage Cabbage (Chinese) Cabbage (Napa) Cabbage (Seed) Cactus Pear Caneberries Canola Cantaloupes Carambola Carrots Cauliflower Celery Cereal Grains Cherries Cherries (Sweet) Cherries (Tart) Chickpea (Garbanzo Bean) Chinese Broccoli Chinese Mustard Christmas Trees Christmas Trees (Mountains) Christmas Trees (Piedmont and Coastal Plain) Chrysanthemums Cilantro Citrus Citrus (Major) Citrus (Major) Coffee Collards Corn Corn (Field) Corn (Pop) Corn (Sweet) Cotton Cotton (Gin By-Products) Cranberries Cucumbers Cucumbers (Fresh Market) Cucumbers (Pickling) Cucumbers (Processing) Cucurbits Currants Currants (Red) Dates Dill Eggplant Eggplants Endive Escarole Fennel Figs Flaxseed Fuchsia Garlic Geraniums Geraniums-Ivy Ginseng Gooseberries Grains(Small) Grapes Grapes Grapes (Juice) Grapes (Labrusca) Grapes (Raisin) Grapes (Table) Grapes (Vinefera and French Hybrid) Grapes (Wine) Greenhouse Crops Greens (Leafy) Guava and Wax Jambu Hay Hay and Pasture Hazelnuts Herbs Honey Bees Honeydew Melons Hops Horseradish Impatiens Impatiens (New Guinea) Kale Kiwi Kohlrabi Leafy Brassicas Leafy Greens Legumes Lentils Lettuce Lettuce (Iceberg) Lettuce (Leaf) Lilies Lychee and Longan Macadamia Nuts Mamey Sapote and Sapodilla Mango Melons Mint Mixed Vegetables Mushrooms Muskmelons Mustard Nectarines Nursery (Containerized) Oats Okra Olives Onions Onions (Green) Ornamentals Parsley Pasture/Rangeland Peaches Peanuts Pears Peas Peas (Dry) Peas (Green) Pecans Pecans Pepper (Sweet) Peppers Peppers (Bell) Peppers (Chile) Peppers (Green) Perennial Forage Persimmons Petunias Pineapples Pistachios Plantains Plums Plums and Prunes Poinsettias Potatoes Potatoes (Irish) Proso Millet Prunes Prunes Pumpkins Radicchio Radishes Rapini Raspberries Raspberries (Red) Rhododendron (Nursery-Grown) Rice Rice (Wild) Rosemary Ryegrass Safflower Sage Sesame Sod Sorghum Sorghum (Seed) Soybeans Spinach Spinach Seed Squash Squash (Summer) Strawberries Sugar Beets Sugarcane Sunflowers Sweetpotatoes Swiss chard Taro Tart Cherry Thyme Tobacco Tomatoes Tomatoes (Fresh Market) Tomatoes (Processing) Tomatoes (Processing) Trees Turfgrass Walnuts Watermelons Wheat Wheat (Spring) Wheat (Stored) Wheat (winter) Wild Rice Winter Wheat