Below some of our results
- Test location: KWS demo field, Hoogeloon, the Netherlands
- Three year testing on 20 different species of KWS
- Average starch increase 7,5 – 28,6% (depending on species)
- Improved soil conditions
- Test location: Agrifirm demo field, Ruurhoeve, the Netherlands
- Two year average on 2 different soy species
- Average yield increase 15 & 21%
- Soil conditions improved (lab tests show that 16 of
22 measured soil elements improved, after harvest)
- 40% less fertilizer used
- Two year testing of Highfield and Dormo on two different farms
- Average yield increase 29% = +/+ 19.000 kg per hectare
- Better germination 38%
- Increased Brix value by 10%. Brix is a number showing the combined content of sugar and minerals in the plant. A higher number means better quality, better taste and longer shelf life. Brix can be measured by a cheap refractometer.
- We have done several trials on potatoes over many years.Especially
“old” species show great result, up to 32% yield increase. One farmer
who uses Rebearth for many years, had the biggest yield on potatoes
ever, despite extreme rainfall, lasting 6 weeks. All his neighbours
couldn’t harvest at all. Our farmer sold his potatoes at a superb price
- 18% more sugar and mineral content
- Yield increase of over 40%
- Better taste
- In many trials we have seen better seed germination. This meansless seeds needed. Please download the following report to see
- Decrease of algae growth
- Increased growth of plants
- Crystal clear water
- Lesser or no use of chemicals to restore balance,
not harming fish in the process
- Over the years hundreds of trials on dozens of fruits, vegetables, plants, trees and shrubs has been done. Please download the following document to get an idea of what Rebearth could mean for you.
The mechanism of Rebearth is restoration of soil balance. Soil life is the
basis of a healthy crop. On many occasions we have seen
extreme soil life increases, up to almost 50% in one year. Resulting in less
need of chemicals, better crops, longer shelf life, healthier foods in general.
We also saw disappearance of nematode problems.
How does REBEARTH reduce greenhouse gas emissions/combat climate change?
- Less use of chemicals
- Soil that is able to store more Carbon
- Countering deforestation, especially rainforest
Rebearth increases germination, plant growth, increased quality and quantity of many crops. It also reduces fertilizer and chemical use. Field tests have shown that 40% fertilizer reduction in the Netherlands is possible, and still give a higher yield. Artificial fertilizers are produced using huge amounts of natural gas and oil. Less fertilizer use will lower CO2 emissions in the production process. Use of artificial fertilizer in the Netherland is 230 Kg per hectare on average per year. Ammonia production for fertilizer use, generates 2 tons of Co2, per ton of ammonia. If 20% of the Dutch farmers should switch to our product, a decrease of 178.000 tons of Co2 will occur.
Another field of CO2 reduction lies in the fact that most of the rainforest loss is due to creating more land to grow soy beans /cattle feed. Our tests show an increase of just over 20% in soy bean yield per hectare. Increasing output of existing arable land reduces the need for cutting more of the precious forests. And so, storing and leaving Carbon in living matter. A reduction of CO2 production can also be found in less ploughing, of millions of hectares of land every year, because the reduction of land use.
When yield goes up 20% = land use goes down 20%
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