Increase in yields of
100 percent and more
possible with out any harm to the environment
Above-average yields are only possible with above-average root formation!
Strong, well-developed roots result in:
Even in the case of cereals (wheat, rye, oats and barley),
farmers estimated an increase in root mass of approx. 40 - 70%.
The table below shows a few examples of how root mass
after treatment with Plant Power 2003®.
There is no need to explain how important healthy leaf development is, particularly in open field agriculture, Substantial differences were also found here with the application of Plant Power 2003®. The following data were recorded with the previously mentioned strawberries of the Korona type shown on the graph.
In tropical countries, a well developed leaf mass for water intake and the provision of shade is a precondition for a good harvest. For instance, banana plants must have at least 7 leaves in order to produce a yield. On our test plantation in Costa Rica we achieved an average of 11 leaves. Experiment with genetically identical plants (Pictures below): .
Untreated control sample click me Treated with Plant Power 2003®
This is the visible difference in four days (experiment with genetically identical plants).
Banana plants produce only one yield. The trunk is cut down after the haryest.
The sapling develops to bear the fruit for the following harvest.
These photographs also show genetically identical plants. Please note the
height of the sapling. The genetically identical parent plants were
planted on the same day.
In open field tests in Central America, yield increases of 80% were achieved with Plant Power 2003®. In practice, an even higher yield can be expected, as the fructification of the second crop was so far advanced that it could be harvested approx. 6 weeks earlier than the control plants.
Yields with Plant Power 2003®
Click on the different Plants to see the yield results!