"Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school. - Einstein"
The Problem 18th century technology for the 21th century
99% of the visitors to this page are students of colleges and universities worldwide. Education can be great,
but it should not be manipulated by business interests to advance their financial and political agendas! Powerful financial interests have gradually dominated U.S. education since John D. Rockefeller
created the General Education Board in 1903. "If can fund the professors and curriculum in schools you can control product technology and validation!"
Today, agriculture and medical industries focus only on patentable products based on organic chemistry.
That has lead to toxic, residual chemicals in agriculture. Virtually no American firms research and market non-residual, safe, agro-physical-chemistry products!!
Liebig's Law Of The Minimum, And Below "Shelford's Law of Tolerance"
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Liebig improved organic analysis with the Kaliapparat-- a five-bulb device that used a potassium hydroxide solution to remove the organic combustion product carbon dioxide. He downplayed the role of humus in plant nutrition and discovered that plants feed on nitrogen compounds and carbon dioxide derived from the air, as well as on minerals in the soil. One of his most recognized and far-reaching accomplishments was the invention of nitrogen-based fertilizer.
Liebig believed that nitrogen must be supplied to plant roots in the form of ammonia. Though a practical and commercial failure, his invention of fertilizer recognized the possibility of substituting chemical fertilizers for natural (animal dung, etc.) ones. He also formulated the Law of the Minimum, stating that a plant's development is limited by the one essential mineral that is in the relatively shortest supply, visualized as "Liebig's barrel". This concept is a qualitative version of the principles used to determine the application of fertilizer in modern agriculture.
Liebig's Law of the Minimum, often simply called Liebig's Law or the Law of the Minimum, is a principle developed in agricultural science by Justus von Liebig. It states that growth is controlled not by the total of resources available, but by the scarcest resource. This concept was originally applied to plant or crop growth, where it was found that increasing the amount of plentiful nutrients did not increase plant growth. Only by increasing the amount of the limiting nutrient (the one most scarce in relation to "need") was the growth of a plant or crop improved.
Liebig used the image of a barrel-now called Liebig's barrel-to explain his law. Just as the capacity of a barrel with staves of unequal length is limited by the shortest stave, so a plant's growth is limited by the nutrient in shortest supply.
Liebig's Law has been extended to biological populations. For example, the growth of a biological population may not be limited by the total amount of resources available throughout the year, but by the minimum amount of resources available to that population at the time of year of greatest scarcity. That is, the growth of a population of animals might depend not on how much food is available in summer, but on how much food is available in winter.
The University of Giessen today is officially named after him, "Justus-Liebig-Universität-Giessen". Organic Chemistry in its Application to Agriculture and Physiology (1840), Organic Chemistry in its Application to Physiology and Pathology (1842) Shelford's Law of Tolerance
Shelford's Law of Tolerance is probably the more accurate reflection of natural complexity. It holds that first the presence and then the success of an organism depend on the completeness of a complex of conditions. The absence or failure of an organism, then, is a function of qualitative or quantitative deficiency or excess with respect to any one of several factors approaching that organism's limit of tolerance for it.
More precisely, each organism--whether the individual or the species population--is subject to an ecological minimum, maximum, and optimum for any specific environmental factor or complex of factors. The range from minimum to maximum represents the limits of tolerance for the factor or complex. Significantly, if all known factors are apparently within their respective ranges for the subject organism and yet it fails, it is necessary to consider additional factors or a more complete array of interrelationships, including interactions with other organisms.
When faced with any such situation, it is essential to remember yet another caveat, a biological reality to be taken seriously: Studies in the intact ecosystem must accompany experimental laboratory studies, which, of necessity, isolate individuals from their populations and communities. Put another way, it is essential for field biologists to consider the wisdom to be discovered in the laboratory and for biologists ordinarily bound to the laboratory to be aware of the ecological reality associated with the processes they are investigating.
There are significant corollaries to the Law of Tolerance. An organism may have a wide range of tolerance for one factor but a narrow range for another. Logic suggests that organisms with wide ranges of tolerance for many, if not all, factors will be the most widely distributed. Within an organism or species, when conditions are non-optimum for one factor, limits of tolerance for others may be narrowed. Tolerance is most likely to be limited during periods of reproduction.
Evolution of narrow limits constitutes one form of specialization and reflects greater efficiency, but it does so at the expense of adaptability. These are the kinds of factors that contribute to increased diversity in the community as a whole.
21st century technology instead of 18th century
80 Benefits From Physical Chemistry Technology for Agriculture and Human Care, No more Residuals Damage
BioBased Technology (Farm Grown Biomass) or Physical Chemistry is believe it or not is just 3 atom picometer size dirt or elements. Dirt can eliminate most every pesticide as its mode of action
is electrical / mechanical and is 4000 times smaller than bacteria, fungi, virus's. Biobased has been proven to be effective at 16,000 to 1 and as high as 32,000 to 1 dilution.
Dirt / Elements can be both an organic cation anion separator as well as a cation anion trans locator to feed plants and it can increase the brix levels in plants, which increase C02 consumption that gives life to plants.
Its obsoletes the USDA NOP Organic program, its not toxic organic chemistry, its the multi-million year sustainable nutrient for plants, and there are no residuals to harm the environment, oceans, humans, animals, birds
or living creatures. Its also the best technology for soil and water remediation mobilizing chelated immobilized tied up nutrients. The only reason we use organic chemistry in agriculture
is not because its best for farmers, But Its because its best for patentable pesticide products whos consequences cuts brix levels, reduces plant health in plants in half which is great for the agrochemical sales
as sick plants are attacked by pests. The entire toxic world we have inherited is because of the US GOV Patent office toxic synthetic active ingredient method to give companies 20 year product patent protection at
the expense to environment and farmer and consumer health. Plants were never designed over millions of years to grow with nothing but Dirt / Elements not synthetic chemicals.
I have always said there is no money in healthy people for phrama or healthy crops for agro-chem, so make them sick.
Biobased USA Soysoap Introductory 101 Tour
In 2007 a NC Farmer called me and said I think you need to come to North Carolina. We used Soysoap and have had no rain like zero, and we still got about 32 bu acre of Soybeans
per acre with your Soysoap. I asked how is that possible and the farmer said your Soysoap product seems to allow the Soybeans to live off the dew, Because the leaves are dry in the morning.
I said is that good and he said its great because most everyone is getting 8 bushels or less. That sort of changed my life as I was in Florida and Major Crops of
Wheat, Barley, Oats, Soybeans, Corn, Cotton, Peanuts and Tobacco got my attention.
"Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school. - Einstein",
"It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." Upton Sinclair
"Plants are lazy like kids, and you have to give them purpose and a reason, than they grow faster and reach genetic potential. Dr. Von Welski"
NC, MD, TN and NY Yield Contest Results! Don't Be 3rd or Less!
2014 1st Place New York: Soybeans, We also got 68 Bu/Acre
2014 2nd Place New York: Corn: We also got 262 Bu/Acre
Note: 2012 - 2014 New York Farmer has placed 1st or 2nd on Soybeans or Corn last 4 years
2012 NCGA: Maryland: Corn: NCGA Class A No-Till Yield Contest 207 Bu/Acre
< 2012 Univ of Tenn: Ext Agent Certified Wheat at 150 Bu Acre
2012 Univ of Tenn Ext Agent Certified Canola at 100 Bu Acre
2011 NC A&T University Certified: Silage Increased from 200 Tons to 400 Tons 16 acres.
2011 NC A&T University Certified: Alfalfa Increased from 3 to 5 cuttings annually, total of 1070 square bales 10 acres..
2011 NC A&T University Certified: Wheat Increased from 27 Bu/Acre to 72 Bu/Acre.
2011 NC A&T University Certified: Grain production Increased 50 Bu/Acre.
2011 NC A&T University Certified: Soybeans production Increased 19 Bu/Acre to 57 Bu/Acre.
2012 NCSU Ext Agent Certified: Barley 103 Bu/Acre
2012 NCSU Ext Agent Certified: Oats 133 Bu/Acre
2012 NCSU Ext Agent Certified: Wheat 125 Bu/Acre
2010-2012 NCSU Yield Enhancement Trails: An accomplishment over 3 years was winning the trails over some
great companies with physical chemistry! AgraQuest-Ballad Plus, ABM-Excalibre, Agri-Gro-Foliar Blend, Arysta-Evito 480, Arysta-Evito T, BASF-Headline, Bayer-Stratego YLD, Bayer-Trilex 6000, Bayer-Votivo, Becker Underwood-Vault HP, Conklin-Magnify,
Eden-ProAct, EMD-Optimize, EMD-Ratchet, Hanson-Hansen AZO, Naturym-Nutran, Stoller-Bio-Forge, Syngenta-CruiserMaxx, Syngenta-Quadris, Syngenta-Quilt, Valent-Domark and Valent-Inovate!
In 2013 Biobased Soysoap was reported by NCSU Soybeans Results at 74 Bu/Acre.
Results Data From NCSU, Univ of Tenn, NCGA, NYCSGA, S&R Consulting Below
#1 The Technology: Soysoap, Welcome to the 21th Century, The Biobased Introduction and Differences between Trade Secret Physical
Chemistry and Obsolete Patented Organic Chemistry AG Products!
Biobased USA in support of the US GOV USDA Biobased/Bio-preferred.gov Farm Security Acts or
LAW starting in 2003, and congress renewed in 2005, 2009, and 2014 for Biobased Technology. Biobased USA is a company that supports private label Ag products:
They have been called: Agriculture Soap, AgriSolv, Agri-Nano, Agro-Maxx, Bio-Charge, BioGrowz, Biowash 1227, Biowash, BinBuster XP, Enhance 250, Equimend, Evergreen AG,
Exciter, Greenyields, Heighten Plus, Immunity, Lectrol, MaxGreen, Maxigro, Micromix XP, MO-300, Mo360, Nanogreen, Nugreen, Nutragreen,
Paradiso Green, Soysoap Surfactant, Vigoroso 3 en 1, Wakeup (sold only from 2010 to 2012), Yield Power and many more! Soysoap is trademarked
with the US Government and is not a specific product, but a family of products for many different applications. So when you see these
products mentioned within the data its because its actually our product with there private label name. Also our product has no soybeans
in the product. The Soysoap name was created when we put soap on soybeans! You will see Wakeup, Its Soysoap many times as that company was with me
for 5 years and did a lot of field testing of which we are thankful. That company now sells Wakeup Summer and Spring which is not the Wakeup product
they sold for 5 years. I hope this clears the confusion of many private label names associated and the content of their sales and websites having
When you go through this tour you will see a single product that give you maybe 35 different benefits. Now traditionally you would expect to
buy 35 different products that have 35 different formulations. But because our product is made of Physical Chemistry vs Organic Chemistry you only
have a physics based 3 single atom particle. Simply put organic chemistry you have 35 formulations,with physics you have only 1 as there is only one
kind of physics. We can replace of 2000 products with just one, its like the graphene revolution that has patented 9000 use patents from graphite.
Business suppressed physical chemistry, colloidal chemistry products since 1900 as they could not be patented,
That is all about to change for all Industries with "Use Patents" and Physical Chemistry, Quantum Mechanical, Graphene, picotechnology (obsoletes Nanotechnology & Graphene), and Picotecnology
entering production worldwide.
It's the beginning of a new era in agriculture for biotechnology and BioBased USA is at the forefront.
Our non-fertilizer method promotes deeper, stronger roots and higher yields with increased nutritional value. The best part, it's all
done naturally. Our products are made entirely from FDA approved food additives, that's right. We use food to grow food, reducing the
need for pesticides and increasing the nutritional value of the food we eat every day.
#2 The Technology: Soysoap is Physical Chemistry At 600 Picometers or 3 Atoms Size.
You Never Need Organic Chemistry Again For Uses Below! At 3 Atoms size you cannot add ingredients unless they were other atoms from the periodic table.
#3 The Technology: USDA Laboratory Beta Analytics Tests Product For Biobased Content.
US Farmers growing Biobased / Biomass inputs is the foundation of reducing imported oil, and allowing farmers to be the suppliers of
chemicals to create the $1,000,000,000 that is a trillion Biobased Economy. We have worked on this effort developing products for use in Agriculture, Medical, Cleaning,
Remediation, Chemical Replacement, Food Processing, Gas & Oil Industries, etc, etc. since 1997. We have a great family of 1000+ Soysoap products!
#4 Biobased Technology is a good thing to do and its the Federal Law for government use.
Dr. Phylis Johnson, Director of Beltsville Agriculture Research Center (BARC) presents a brief overview of Farmer grown Biobased Technology
#5 The Technology: Florida Department of Environmental Approved Soysoap for Groundwater Remediation, You are not going to do that with 2-4D!
Excepts from the attachment: "Biobased Remediation Technology was chosen for Hydrocarbon cleanup and poise no risk for remediation of ground water or soils.
#6 The Technology: The Ingredients are: EAFUS: A Food Additives
What is so attractive about making a product is that all the toxicology has been run by the FDA on these 3000 substances.
The Listing of FDA EAFUS additive can be found on the internet with a search.
#7 The Technology: Following was obtained from Midwest Laboratory analysis of Soysoap and it had no hazardous Canadian Heavy 11 Metals
#8 The Technology: Particle size provides trans-location and remediation, etc. with 1791 trillion particle per square inch of "Pure Energy".
Physical chemistry at picometer particle size will obsolete many organic chemistry agriculture products. It solves the trans location problem of next generation
#9 Soysoap Restructures Water and Spray Rig Pressure Drops by 19%
Incidentally, my customer just called with this:
Question: Is there something about the SoySoap which keeps a Hy-pro centrifuge pump from developing the full amount of pressure it does with "normal" water?
The farmer said that normally, his spray monitor set to deliver 10 gallons of spray mix per acre allows him to generate 35 to 37 lbs. of pressure, and run at
8.5 miles per hour with a 90-foot boom. He has a Hy-pro centrifuge pump driven hydraulically. But on repeated occasions, when he puts SoySoap in the tank mix, the pump
generates only 28 to 30 lbs. of pressure and he can run at only 7.5 miles per hour to deliver 10 gallons per acre.
He wants to know: Is the "wetness" or "more slippery" nature of the water causing this? And if so, how could that physically occur in a centrifuge pump? Has
anyone else noticed this? I said I'd ask you, and perhaps some other users have an answer. Maybe a piston pump wouldn't have the same change in performance.
Answer: Soysoap can modify the dynes from 70 to 30 and restructures the water which does change the properties shape and size of the water molecules. In this
case the farmer has seen a 19% change in pump pressure. He has compensated for this by slowing down his tractor 12%. What appears to be happening is the water molecules
are being distorted into another shape therefore changing the pressure.
Yes the Soysoap will change the viscosity and or microsiemens of liquids. The centrifugal pumps due to design always cavitate hence foam in tanks. The soap
lubricates and makes water and fertilizer flow different which in turn relieves internal pressure in spray systems. Soysoaped Water Foilar Feeds, Urea, Ammonium Sulfate
(AMS), Pesticides, Herbicides, Surfactants and Fertilizer especially should show a pressure drop as well makes 4 to 6 lbs. difference in a sprayer. But the benefit is you
should get more product into the plants to achieve "Maximum Genetic Potential" or be able to help a herbicide kill weeds or other tasks at hand.
Lets get serious about farming, Do not plant seeds until you understand this!
The Foundation of good crop production and lifecycle cost management is high Brix Levels, Increasing Carbon Dioxide Consumption and Electrical Conductivity (EC )(Microsiemens). After that,
You should know how your going to increase (Microsiemens) in Soils, Chemicals, Fertilizers and Plants. Your consultant needs to be an expert in "Increasing Carbon Dioxide Consumption",
Plant Pathology, Entomology, Electrical Conductivity (EC) (Microsiemens) and Soil Science! When your consultant comes to your farm I would start by asking him! "How are
you going to increase my (Microsiemens), Plant Brix, Carbon Dioxide Consumption! And than, Ask his help with immobilized nutrient trans-location. Note: Applications of synthetic chemical products
will lower brix levels and "Carbon Dioxide Consumption" and crop production, could cost you money.
Sap EC (mS/cd)
The SFI test are the facts that Soysoap is "Clear Winner" in raising Brix/Sugar levels, Increasing Carbon Dioxide Consumption and
Electrical Conductivity (EC)(Microsiemens). Soysoap topped all tested products with an average of 12.8 Brix and that is
33% higher than the control. This highlights how the products works at about the atom level and can work with all plants living cells as they electromagnetic
(Electric). To work atomically you cant use picotechnology (obsoletes Nanotechnology & Graphene) it is to big, you need an about atom size particle.
SFI said Sap EC (mS/cd) average was increased by 17% or 1.9 (mS/cd) Electrical Conductivity (Microsiemens) vs control. SFI proclaimed that Soysoap helps
increase Carbon Dioxide consumption by 33% over the control, i.e., more money to the farmer. Now you need to deal with
your soils remediation for chelated immobilized fertilizers and other nutrients which we can help you with before you plant!
The Competition did well: KSoff 2nd 12.25 Brix, Protein Plus 3rd 11.5 Brix, and Control 9.5 Brix.
These tests and their expert opinion were certified SFI (Soil Foodweb Institute), And Meag Consultancy, Colin Steddy, Australian, Wheat Trail: Brix,
Sap PH, Sap EC(mS/cd) Electrical Conductivity (Microsiemens), Chlorophyll, On 26 September about 15:15 - 16.20 at
Temp:72 F, Sunshine.
#13 Soil Remediation Provides Many Years of Mobilized Nutrients
#20 & #21 Soysoap Late Planting and Frost Resistance Benefit
Frost Resistance: We have protected many crops like Corn, Wheat, Soybeans and Vegetable Crops
like Tomatoes against frost down to 26 degrees for 12 hours. Farmer know that frost resistant products are in Canada and not
available in time to save crops. Few Late Planting video examples are:
2011 Univ of Tennessee Wheat Trails Using Soysoap Ranged from 108 to 150 bushels Acre! And Averaged Over 90 Bu. Acre On Canola!
2009 Through 2011 Soysoaped Soybeans OHIO Indiana Illinois
2009 Through 2011 Soysoaped Corn OHIO Indiana Illinois
2011 Univ of Tennessee Canola Trails Using Soysoap Ranged from 90 to 100 bushels and acre!
#24 Soysoap Crop Production Amazing Soybeans Benefit
NC Soybean Farmer video interviewed by Rick Patton of AG Professional Magazine about Soysoap Treated vs Untreated Soybeans. The publisher was
for 15 years a agri-chem soybean specialist. The fields were side by side, Same Seed, Same Weather, Same Ground and Fertilizer program. Only difference
was one field treated with Soysoap at 1st trifoliate, and other field unfortunately 3 weeks later. Eventually the untreated field was treated and but yielded more than control but 17 less bu per acre than the early treated.
Its all about timing, timing, and timing!
#25 Soysoap Crop Production Factors, Their are 100 reasons why you get crop variation!
#26 The Leaf Cuticle Layer (Wax) can be a friend or foe to plant health!
The cuticle protects the plant against pests, but it also stops the plant from getting dew or moisture. So the dew sits on the leaf, the sun comes
out and evaporates dew and plant dies. The Soysoap will drop the water when mixed from 70 to 30 Dynes or making the water wetter.
It can also condition the plant to live off "DEW" when it doesnt rain. We still have gotten 50 bushel soybeans and other crops with just 3/4
inch rain in the south. Get enough DEW into a plant it will produce!
#31 Burndown Assist Herbicides to Kill Weeds! If you want to have a better chance of killing weeds always mix Ammonium Sulfate(AMS)
with the Herbicide as well as Soysoap!
#32 Spray Rig and Tank Cleaning, Soysoap Product Use: A discussion on the use of Soysoap Surfactant (TM)'s spray rates, carrier, timings,
oz per acre on Major Crops Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Soybeans, Cotton, Peanuts and Tobacco!
#35 The theory and results of how Soysoap Surfactant doesnt effect good bacteria
Russ posed a theory that may explain the effect you have on previous bacteria test. Many pathogens are "thin skinned" with a fragile
cell wall. Genetically these disease organisms go for rapid reproduction rather than self-defense. These thin-walled bacteria show up as "Gram negative"
or pink when stained. Thicker-walled bacteria are generally "Gram positive" and show up as purple when stained.
Soysoap Didn't Hurt the Good Agriculture Bacteria.
#36 Soysoap Stimulation can achieve "Increasing Carbon Dioxide Consumption" and can rows Anything Green 14 to 30 days faster or 30 days Using Increased Brix!
Why this is important is first to market and eliminate weather damage!
Soysoap acts as a stimulation to keep the plants from going into dormancy. We accidentally discovered this
when treating some root stock in southern Florida. You might think that plants don't go dormancy but they do over the winter months. We took
these findings and applied them to crops, veggies, horticulture, greenhouses with great results. You might think of plants being determinant
or in determinant in growing days, but we have been control this natural process.
#37 Soysoap Used as Seed Wash, Germ Test 85% Untreated to 98% Treated!
Farmers have been using the Soysoap to wash there seeds for 2 reasons for 15 years. To jump start the seeds and
if not planted within a few days will start spouting whereever. The results when the germ tests are run
can vary from 85% untreated to as high as 98%. Who wants to waste potentially 15% of there seeds at todays prices!
#38 Tank Mixing, Water Restructing, Lower Dynes from 70 to 30!
This cautionary comment about blending Soysoap and fertilizer with high
phosphate content refers to mixing them as concentrates. We've seen a couple of totes of starter fertilizer containing
phosphites precipitate out the phosphite when Soysoap was tank-mixed directly.
We have come to recommend always reacting Soysoap with water first, before adding fertilizers or chemicals. The action
of Soysoap is purely physical, dropping the surface tension of water from about 72 dynes down to around 30 or making
water wetter and spreads of the leaf. This increases
the solubility of water, makes it easier to pump, and even appears to increase the ability of water to hold fine particulates in
On the practical side of making tank mixes, there are several approaches to getting Soysoap in solution early.
1. Most producers fill tanks and add chemicals with a cone induction system. With this, you can pump in straight water
to about 2/3 of the sprayer or planter tank's water capacity, then add the Soysoap through the cone. This may set up a
little foaming but not much. Then with Soysoap and water blended, add other nutrients.
2. In smaller batches such as the supply for starter mixes, add Soysoap to the stock of supply water, and use this as the
"base" for blending starter materials. It's safest to have at least 30% to 50% water in a starter mix, just to help varied
ingredients keep compatible. That's more to haul, but generally there isn't a lot of volume needed for starters.
Be very cautious about pouring 100% concentrated Soysoap into any straight liquid fertilizer. Liquid urea or 28% already
contains water and it's no problem. But most micronutrient packages are already "packed" to a saturation point. Soysoap is a
highly reactive product and can precipitate out phosphates, zinc, copper and other elements when you blend it into a
concentrate. Always jar test.... I'm finding some real benefits using Soysoap with starters in-furrow, so it's an approach we want to add to the arsenal.
#39 & #40, We have from Republic of Panama both sustainable organic fertilizer & organic pesticide license
We have from Republic of Panama both sustainable organic fertilizer & organic pesticide license
#41 Soysoap, Brix and Soybeans Way North Double Crop Line
Experiment: The soybeans were planted August 15th, 2008 and were at their 6th week at 12 inches before treatment.
The Soybeans were near Lansing, Michigan in 2008. The starting location of this double crop soybean experiment was 250 miles north
of I-70 so the double crop. The experiment was to see if we could double crop soybeans, and we did although we had 2 nights of 10
or more hours at 26 degrees, untreated plants all died. The test was to see how Soybeans reacted to Soysoap and Brix Levels observations. The purpose of this
is to show that achieving higher Brix means higher C02 consumption for the plants, healthier plant, frost
protection and increased crop production. Healthy Soybeans can
defend themselves against Pests and Weather.
Brix before spraying on
both plots at 11:55 tested Brix at 11 am, Temperature was 84
degrees and sunny day.
9-3-2008 2.35 PM, Brix
after spraying Soysoap on Soybeans, and not spraying Soysoap on
Soybeans. After just 3 hours of spraying Soysoap.
Soybean Brix with Soysoap 17, Soybean Brix without Soysoap 12.
Comment: Soysoaped Soybeans increased Brix levels
from 11 to 17 or 54%. Physiologically the Soybean sugar factory had
reacted to the Soysoap with a 54% increase in Brix,
which eventually would lead us to the accidentally develop our frost
protection product. The untreated soybean
increased Brix only 10% which could just be attributed to natural
photosynthesis process during the day as it was a sunny
Day 2, To early at 9.30 to take Brix reading
should be in the middle of afternoon. Brix was lower than we
started, we were concerned.
Day 3, Now that we had a proper time for Brix
reading the project was looking better. Soysoaped Beans were 13 vs
8, 5 points higher.
Day 4, Another Early Brix Reading, Results
Day 5, 4 points advantage we are seeing a
Day 7, Rainy cloudy day less Brix increase
Phase 1 of experiment, After 7 days the farmer decided to spray
Soysoap again. Farmer had taken unfortunately Brix
reading inconsistently during the day from 9 am to 6 pm. But in spite
of that the Soybeans with Soysoap always had higher Brix
Levels everyday. Phase 2 starting comments: 09-10-08 1:00p.m. 68
degrees sunny and 10 mph wind, Soybeans with
Soysoap Brix 15, Soybeans without Soysoap without Brix 15. Second
foliar spray began at 1:00p.m. checked again
@ 3:30p.m. Soybeans with Soysoap Brix 15, Soybeans without Soysoap
Brix 12. We applied 2 oz of Soysoap with the mixture of tracite, sugar, sea salt vinegar and ammonia.
3 points higher, Summary of this day above!
3 points higher
0 points difference
0 points difference, rain again no sun.
3 points difference
1 point difference
2 points difference
3 points difference
1 point difference
10-03-08 6:20p.m, 50 degrees freeze forecast, Soybeans with Soysoap
Brix16, Soybeans without Soysoap without Brix 12.
Sprayed the bean plants with Soysoap (8 oz) and sugar (5lbs) 13 gal
H2O. Farmer called about Frost/Freeze, and we guessed and told
him to use the Soysoap to activate the sugar factory and drain all
the water out of the plants xylem and phloem, it worked. All
untreated plants died after first freeze.
10-14-08 1:30 pm 60
degrees had 3 freezes since last Brix checks: Soybeans Soysoap Brix
with 14, Soybeans without Soysoap 14 this was our last Brix
checks we did do pod counts on the two plots with the following
Test 1 pod count with Soysoap 9-15-11-5-12=52 52./.5=10.4
Test 1 pod count without Soysoap 8-4-3-2-3=20./.5=4
Test 2 pod count with Soysoap 12-18-14-15-6=65./.5=13
Test 2 pod count without Soysoap 6-5-3-7-1=22./.5=4.4
Average pod count test with Soysoap 13+10.4=23/2 = 10.4 pods
Average pod count test without Soysoap 4.4+4 =8.4/2= 4.2 pods
Farmer Final Report: Untreated Plants No Soybeans, Soysoap Treated Beans 12 bu acre. Not Great but they grew them.
Soysoap Report: Soysoap Beans had higher Brix Levels than Untreated Every Test.
Final Tally on Brix for CO2 Consumption: Soysoaped Beans Averaged 11.75, Untreated 9.31 = Treated 21% CO2 Consumption.
#42 5 Year Study of Soysoap at North Carolina Agricultural And Technology State University
Synthetic chemistry based agriculture products vs bio-physics the mode of action is pure energy at
1790 trillion particles (Do the math) per square inch. Although we have worked with over 30 University around the world on Crop Production and Crop
Protection, as well as IR-4 Bio-Pesticides. Based on limited space we have chosen NC A&T as representative of our common results.
In the USA we have worked with Research Farms, Independent Agronomist, World Re-known Plant Pathologist, North Carolina State University,
North Carolina Agricultural And Technology State University, U of Mississippi, U of Georgia, U of Florida, U of Kentucky, South Dakota State
University, Pennsylvania State University, Arizona State University, Rutgers, LSU and U of Tennessee. And in foreign countries either
governments for approvals and universities for data: Australia, China, Costa Rica, Thailand, Panama, Guatemala, Belize, Vietnam, India,
Ecuador, South Africa, Zambia and some more I cant remember of the last 17 years.
So lets take a moment to highlight NC A&T Observations of 2012 vs 2014 After starting in 2009!
Alfalfa with 2 applications went from 3 to 5 cuttings annually.
Alfalfa was noticeable different with growth, vigorous getting 1070 square bales or 26.75 tons 10 acres.
Wheat Arguments could be made that the fields soils were different, But soil samples showed soysoaped field had poorer quality soils.
Corn 2 application of Soysoap used for grain and silage
Corn Soysoaped silage increased from 200 tons to 400 tons on 16 acres.
Corn Soysoaped grain production increased from 50 bu acre to 25 bu acre.
Soybeans 2013 NCSU and NC A&T both reported 74 Bushels acre in best soils and 45 bushels acre in moderate soils.
After 5 years our conclusion of using the Soysoap has without a any doubt shown that this product can offer real crop vitality and production
benefits across all crops. There is more potential benefits yet to be determined which only time and more experience can answer! As a university farm that
has been instrumental in research, demonstration, teaching and production activities to help the small, minority and undeserved farmers of North Carolina,
it behooves us to further explore this product until we have enough consistent and consecutive data that we can share with those farmers. A product of this
nature can go a long way in closing the food production gap that will be ever increasing as he world population does the same. Our endeavor to include the small
farmer in this process can be strengthened by exploring products that potentially can make a the most crops on smaller acres which is not only reasonable, but should be
#43 Soil and Ground Water Remediation Approved by the State of Florda
Florida Department of Environmental Protection Approval for remediation of petroleum and other suitable containments
for in groundwater and soil, in situ and ex situ! Other trails data available whereby we have reduced PPM of petroleum from 9300 PPM to 35 PPM. We have
also mobilized the Fe 10 times, Mn 15 times and Zn 40 times in soils SGS Analysis. The product is fracturing the elements to increase the PPM and re-mediates
soils from chemical chelation.
#44 Timothy Hay 9 inch wheat heads
Enuff Shown, The picture has just been sent and I have limited information. This "Timothy Hay" was grown
in land 500 miles north of Vancouver, Canada with a PH of 4, The heads on the crops are 9 inches long as you can see and are still growing.
We have not run an RFV for protein on the Timothy. We expect more information shorty and call us if you want current status.
When we investiaged Timothy we read that Timothy general grows from 2 to 4 inches, not 9.
#45 to #82 Circa 2005 SoySoap™ Plant Bio-Technology, Benefits to Farmers!
No health hazards signage to workers, customers, or owners because of SoySoap™ .
No warnings signs anymore posted to protect customers or workers when spraying or applying because of SoySoap™.
No concerns of toxic chemical sprays drifting into neighborhoods or runoff into water or air supply because of SoySoap™.
No concern over issues associated with registered pesticides when spraying because of SoySoap™.
No protected storage area or special handling of dangerous chemicals required because of SoySoap™.
No special handling, transportation or equipment required compared with toxic chemicals because of SoySoap™.
No threat or concern over fees and fines levied by OSHA guidelines because of SoySoap™.
No threats of violating "toxic chemical label laws" for applying more or the wrong pesticide than direct by poisonous product instructions because of SoySoap™.
No more hazardous waste disposal requirements to follow because of SoySoap™.
No workmen's compensation claims or lawsuits from customers or workers claiming insecticide exposure because of SoySoap™.
No workers compensation fees charged to your business category after receiving a waiver for reducing or eliminating pesticides and toxic cleaners because of SoySoap™.
No more liability for pollution mitigated for land sales, no cleanup of pesticides because of SoySoap™.
No more closing because of spraying as now you have a zero re-entry time product because of SoySoap™.
No additional labor or costs required for associated spraying and handling because of SoySoap™.
Provides a "poison-free" working environment by replacing dangerous fungicides and Insecticides, in multiple forms, plus degreasers, toxic detergents, numerous cleaners and solvents because of SoySoap™.
Self-cleans equipment applicators and reduces equipment maintenance costs because of SoySoap™.
Reduces pesticide and chemical costs by up to 75% because of SoySoap™.
Enhances plant root growth and nourishment by breaking the surface tension of water for deeper and more rapid soil penetration because of SoySoap™.
Increases product yields from 105% to 300%. Product appears to strengthen plant, which provides stronger blooms and increases systemic acquired resistance, defending plants from insects and fungus because of SoySoap™.
Has increased plant growth by 10% to 300% over a 3-month period of time for starter plants because of SoySoap™.
Product has saved $3,000 to $5,000 annually by reducing discarded plants on a nursery because of SoySoap™.
Nontoxic product can be recommended and sold to customers and other growers because of SoySoap™.
Provides an increased peace of mind about crop success and non-poisonous operations at reduced costs because of SoySoap™.
Faster crop production more turnover of crops in fields and greenhouses. We are looking at 15% increase in greenhouses and possibly a 100% increase in annual field production by growing an extra crop per annum because of SoySoap™.
Faster crops means less borrowing costs on crop loans because of SoySoap™.
One can alternate, rotate or mix of SoySoap™ with chemicals to lower costs and reduce environmental pollution and worker safety because of SoySoap™.
Farmer workers can use the product for washing hands, cleaning tools therefore not spreading diseases from plant to plant or tree to tree or human to customer because of SoySoap™.
120 day Rice Crops grown in 90 days with 25% yield increase, 120 Day Onion Crop grown in 90 days with 20% more production because of SoySoap™.
Quality of grains and nutrients of crops grown increased by because of SoySoap™.
Plum Harvest rejection rate was decreased using SoySoap™ from 65% to only 35%. The quality of fruit and skin now meet the shipping standards because of SoySoap™.
Product is made from 100% US GOV Food and Drug Administration (FDA) EAFUS food additives. The product is defined as food by FDA because of SoySoap™.
SoySoap™) improves the plants electro mechanical function, which enables cells to communicate more efficiently and be more productive because of SoySoap™.
Increases plant Brix/Sugar levels by up to 100% has been recorded because of SoySoap™.
Can be used to supply nutrients to seeds which encourage germination and vigorous growth because of SoySoap™.
Plants sprayed with SoySoap™ reduce CO2 from the atmosphere by up to 33% by increasing plant sugar levels in the photosynthesis process because of SoySoap™.
Potential benefits could be claimed carbon credits will help reduce price of SoySoap (TM) in the future because of SoySoap™.
Nontoxic, Non-Hazardous, Cost Effective, and Humanly Safe because of SoySoap™!
Reduces Hunger, Starvation and Poverty with increased Production because of SoySoap™.
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