Before & After

EcoAmen has initiated various experiments which are already under way with chosen farmers who willl test and provide documentation to the growing qualities of SEA-CROP®. In the intern here are some results by farmers from North West America and the Midwest. ecoAmen is also starting a reseach University in Hawaii where the product will be further tested. Today testiing is also going on in Elementary, Middle and HS’s as part of the student’s science curriculum. The focus is to not only shpw that SEA-CROP® work but more importantly, to demonstrate to the next generation that there is hope for this planet and the this generation of baby boomers is not leaving them with the ball and running away from the problem. Read more about research here Reasearch

General Observations:

  • In all applications the root system of the treated plants was increased.
  • In all instances soil tilth and microbial populations were enhanced.
  • In all cases SEA-CROP® improved the health and vigor of the treated plants.
  • Using SEA-CROP® on transplants of crucifers, melons and peppers decreased the incidence of transplant loss by at least 50%.
  • In all applications the size, weight and shelf life of fruits and vegetables was increased.

Apples ~ 40 acres 3 gallons of SEA-CROP® per acre as a foliar spray.

Result: Brought fire blight under control, improved disease resistance and increased the color and sugar content.

Crucifers ~ 100 acres 4 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre.

Result: Crisper leaves, better shelf life, increased harvest by 10%.

Corn ~ 2,000 acres 2 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre in the furrow.

Result: Increased stress tolerance of all kinds and increased yield by 10%.

Popcorn ~ 200 acres 2 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre in the furrow with a microbial inoculant.

Result: The neighbor across the road on the same type of soil planted the same variety of popcorn. The neighbor used 200 pounds of nitrogen to the acre and the SEA-CROP® farmer used 40 pounds of nitrogen. The SEA-CROP® treated popcorn gave a 40% greater yield using 80% less fertilizer. The Sea-Crop treated field was ready for harvest 20 days earlier than the conventionally treated field.

Cucumbers ~ 300 acres 2 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre split foliar application.

Result: Increased stress tolerance, disease resistance and powdery mildew suppression.

Forage ~ 2,000 acres 2 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre.

Result: The sugar content of the forage increased by 20% and the yield increased by 10%.

Alfalfa ~ 2,000 acres 3 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre.

Result: The yield increased by 15%.

Lettuce ~ 10 acres 4 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre split application.

Result: Increased crispness, flavor and shelf life.

Melons: ~ 200 acres 6 gallons Sea-Crop per acre split 4 drip and 2 foliar.

Result: Improved root structure, disease resistance greatly increased by a factor of 5 against powdery mildew, melons were larger, the brix readings were 15% to 20% higher and the yields were increased by 10% to 40%.

Peaches ~ 10 acres 2 gallons of SEA-CROP® per acre split foliar application.

Result: Increased color, increased brix, greater size and a 10% greater yield.

Pears ~ 10 acres 3 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre split foliar application.

Result: Controlled fire blight 100%, stopped it dead in its tracks.

Peppers ~ 150 acres 6 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre.

Result: Increased the wall thickness of the peppers by more than 50%, yields increased by 20%.

Small grains:

Barley ~ 100 acres 2 gallons SEA-CROP® per acre on the soil at planting.

Oats ~ 300 acres

Rye ~ 500 acres

Wheat ~ 1,000 acres

Result: Increased stress tolerance and more heads per stock, 10% greater yields.

Tomatoes ~ 300 acres 6 gallons of SEA-CROP® per acre split at plant, drip and foliar.

Result: Higher sugar levels and a 20% increase in yield.

Zucchini ~ 100 acres 4 gallons of SEA-CROP® per acre.

Result: Increased disease resistance and stress tolerance, a 20% increase in yield.

Bossy Knows Best

In 2007 a dairy farmer in Vermont treated part of his fields with SEA-CROP®. He said that whenever the cows were turned into the SEA-CROP® treated fields to graze, the butterfat content of their milk would increase noticeably.

In 2008 a farmer in the Midwest did a test with a four acre hay field. SEA-CROP® was used on one half of the field and the other half received only normal fertilization. Later in the season cattle were turned lose into the field. The cows ate the forage in the SEA-CROP® treated portion of the field down to the ground before they moved over to graze on the conventionally treated half of the field. In this case the greener grass that the cows preferred was not on the other side of the fence.

In 2008 a certified organic dairy farm in the Midwest treated their hay fields with SEA-CROP®. During the winter, when the dairy cows were fed on the dried hay from those fields, they ate from 25% to 30% less hay than normal because their hunger was more readily satisfied with the nutrient dense fodder. The farmer stated that he has a lot more hay left in the barn than is normal for this late in the winter.

Photos on left are untreated.

Wide angle view of cabbage and broccoli shows treated plants in front.

 

Testimonial from Kurt Lubbe of Lubbe Farms in Montesano, WA.

November 10, 2011

I have been growing Yellow Finnish Potatoes for over thirty years. After several years of disappointing production I noticed my plants were dying prematurely around the first part of August every year resulting in low tonnage and small potatoes.

I decided to use SEA-CROP® along with my normal fertilizer program. I sprayed SEA-CROP® in the furrow at 1/2 gallon per acre when planting and then sprayed four gallons foliar feed when plants were around a foot tall. I then irrigated the final application at four gallons per acre at bloom.

What was most obvious was how lush and vigorous the plants maintained throughout the growing season. Upon harvesting, the overall size and uniformity of the potatoes was exceptional. I also saw an increase in tonnage of twenty five percent. I’m a firm believer that this product improved my potato crop and it will be a regular part of my farming practices.

      

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