47% Increase in Soil Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) on Tomatoes in the USA
Date: March through May 2017 (spring)
Place: Washington, USA
Details: The Kyminasi Plant Booster (KPB) technology was installed on a tomato field in Washington for an eight-week Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) soil analysis.
Before KPB use, the initial field CEC in soil laboratory examination was 18.3 milli-equivalents (meq) per 100 grams (g) of soil. The CEC of the soil after eight weeks of KPB use increased 8.6 meq – 100 g higher than the CEC of the control field soil. Factoring in the initial field CEC, this was a 47% increase in the CEC of KPB-treated soil as compared to the CEC of the untreated control soil. The untreated control field had a reduction in soil CEC; so if you exclude the initial soil CEC tests, the KPB-treated soil had a CEC that was 65% higher than the CEC of the untreated control soil.
Increased Disease Resistance of Tomatoes against Fungi in the USA
Date: September 2017 (fall)
Place: Washington, USA
Details: Edible Acres is a 12-acre organic farm in Tonasket, Washington, USA, and is close to the Canadian border. The owner, Art Heinemann, is highly respected in this region for the high quality of his fruits and vegetables. In 2017, Art installed the Kyminasi Plant Booster (KPB) technology on his farm. Since the initial installation, Art has tested many cultivars of fruits and vegetables using the KPB technology. One of the many tests he completed was on heirloom tomatoes, and he compared plant health between a control group and a test group that was irrigated with KPB technology.
The tomato plants that were treated with KPB survived a fungal attack that killed all of the plants in the control group. After four weeks, low light levels and a fungal attack combined to kill all of the control plants. All of the tomato plants that were treated with KPB survived, and when the light levels increased a couple of weeks later, the plants grew and started producing healthy fruit.
100% Reduction in Agrichemical Use, Improved Fruit Quality, & Increased Disease Resistance on Tomatoes in Colombia
Date: January 2021 (summer)
Place: Valle Del Cauca, Colombia
Details: Kyminasi Plant Booster (KPB) technology was installed in a greenhouse of tomatoes in Colombia. The farm did not apply any agrichemicals this season.
The harvest time of the KPB-treated tomatoes was advanced by two weeks as compared to the control crop. The entire KPB crop had improved fruit quality and contained only first-class tomatoes. The KPB tomato plants showed increased disease resistance with no presence of pests or diseases. As a result of KPB use, there was no need for any application of fungicides or pesticides on the field.
Increased Plant Survival Rate in Extreme Frost & 900% Greater Fruit Price of Tomatoes in Bolivia
Date: July 2021
Place: Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Details: The Kyminasi Plant Booster (KPB) technology was installed on a tomato field in a community of Bolivia called “Los Negros.” Farmers in this area suffered through a severe frost in 2021. Neighboring farms experienced significant frost damage on their tomato plants. Only one irrigation application with the KPB technology occurred on this farm throughout the frost.
The tomato field that was treated with the Kyminasi Plant Booster technology experienced minimal frost damage, on the foliage of only 5% of the plants. The neighboring tomato fields experienced extreme frost damage and 100% of the control plants died. The control fields failed to produce any yield for harvest that year. As a result of the frost damage in the area, tomato shortages occurred, and the farmer was able to sell each box of tomatoes for $20 as compared to the regular price of $2 per box. This is a 900% increase in the fruit price of tomatoes with KPB use.
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