Thursday, March 21, 2019

Lab Results

Third-party lab tests on the Be-1 pellets.

Below is a series of three tests that were performed to illustrate the importance of using compost and teas that are pure and untreated.  In the testing procedure, Be-1 pellets are activated with water, then after a 4-day growing period, samples are taken.  Under a microscope, microbes are counted and diversity identified. 

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Organic Fertilizer for Your Microbes and Nutrients for Your Plants

30+ years of advances by two of the world's leading amino acids research labs based in Japan, have resulted in the 100% natural organic Be-1 Pellets.

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Conventional vs. Natural Organic

At some point, the plant will use up the nutrients in the rhizosphere and you have to make a choice, 1) use a conventional salt-based fertilizer, or 2) use an organic bio-stimulant/fertilizer, such as Be-1.

The challenge with conventional fertilizers is that they often contain salt (sodium-nitrates), which can have a sterilizing effect on microbes in the soil. Since microbes help turn nutrients into usable forms for plants, this means that not all nutrients are being converted into plant-available forms; hence, not quite reaching full efficiency and usually requiring increasingly more fertilizer to achieve the same effect. Often the excess will leach and may end up in our rivers, streams and oceans, causing such phenomenon as algae blooms, which kill salmon, and sterilize our waterways.

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