GreenaMax

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GreenaMax is a versatile nutrient blend that has a proven track record of working against the odds, navigating easily through inclement weather and frequently alternating soil conditions. It is packaged with scientific precision into pharmaceutical grade water-soluble sugar globules to offer consistent and nutrient rich food-grade yield.

Tested in diverse climates all over the globe, GreenaMax has passed numerous field trials to solidify its undisputed reputation of high adaptability. Packed with phosphorus and copper sulfate, it’s a formidable agent for farming prosperity from germinating radicle to ripe crop. GreenaMax is strong enough to aid succesful growth cycle on its own while offering flexibility and cost-effectiveness as supporting actor for a multitude of control agents.

GreenaMax Benefits and Features

Just some of the proven facts!

  • Increases contents of proteins, sugars, vitamins, and other nutritional substances.
  • Stimulates vigor of growth
  • Can increase crop yiellds by 20-50% or more!
  • Increases efficiency of absorption by plants of all necessary mineral substances.
  • Compatible with most available herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, and pesticides.

  • Promotes the development of powerful root system.
  • Builds up immune system in plants to fight natural diseases and prolongs shelf life in crops.
  • Increases stability of plants to droughts.
  • Decreases acidity.
  • Improves soil structure.
  • Stimulates vigor of growth

  • Can decrease use of fertilizers by up to 25% (Results may vary. Individual tests are required)
  • Stimulates development of most soil microorganism, which effectively promote recover of humus in soils.
  • Can bind products of anthropogenic pollution (compounds of mercury, lead, pesticides, etc.)
  • Can prevent absorption of contaminated soil products by plants and can deliver ecologically pure crops.

Field Trial Reports

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Melon

State Government of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil)
Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Rio Grande do Norte S/A

Planting Summary

Purpose: The aim of this study was to perform an experimental assay with melon crop, in the Experimental Station of EMPARN, from Apodi-RN, in order to test organic products of World Grow International Corp., to evaluate the effects provided by the raw materials in this crop. Thus, the study will provide subsidies so that natural raw materials are used on a permanent and sustainable way, increasing productivity and avoiding degradation of the ecosystem involved.

Variety of Lettuce: S1 hybrid from SAKTA: AF-4945, Batch: 73,806 with an approximate cycle of 65 days

Date Sowed: July 2nd , 2012 –Months Grown: July, August, & September of 2012

Foliar Application: Performed 30 days after transplanting the plants, and close to emission of the first flowers.

Harvested Date: 63 days after planting, when fruits were ready for harvesting.

  • The experimental unit (plot) consisted of four rows with 6.0 m long and 2.0 m between rows and 0.30 m between plants, with a total area of 48 m2 per plot. For analysis purposes, two central rows were used, which correspond to the usable area of the plot.

Results Summary

Total fruit weight (PTF), total marketable fruit weight (PTFC), total unmarketable fruit weight (PTFNC), total fruit number (NTF) and total marketable fruit number (NTFNC).
Treatments PTF (kg) PTFC (Kg) PTFNC (Kg) NTF (Unit) NTFC (Unit)
T1-Tes 49.75 a 20.55 b 29.20 a 64.25 ab 17.00 b
T4-GS 51.38 a 24.00 b 27.38 a 60.00 b 18.75 ab
T5-GSF 71.24 a 45.31 a 25.93 a 68.25 ab 30.00 a
Averages followed by the same letter in the column do not differ by Tukey test at 5% probability.
  • It can be seen that in treatments with GreenaMax on seeds and leaves (Treatment T5-GSF) increments of 43% were obtained relative to the control.

  • It is of note that marketable fruit weight has fundamental importance in experimental analyzes. Thus, it can be seen that the application of Greenamax on seeds and leaves (T5-GSF) obtained an increase of 120% compared to control. Marketable Fruit Number showed an increase of 76% over control.
  • It is noted that in treatments with Greenamax the fruits had a higher pulp thickness and lower resistance to penetration. Thus, it can be said that product Greenamax improved melon fruit quality when compared to treatment without application of these products.
  • It is verified that application of the products Greenamax increased uptake of macronutrients P, K and micronutrients: zinc, copper, iron and manganese, both on leaves and melon fruits. Thus it can be concluded that Greenamax acted directly and indirectly on growth and development of the melon crop, since besides providing an increase in crop productivity, they also improved the physiological aspect of plants and fruits.

Conclusions

  • The product Greenamax that was tested acted positively in the improvement of growth parameters and melon crop development.
  • Increase of 120% in production and number of marketable fruits was observed with the application of Greenamax on seed and leaves (T5-GSF)

Corn

State Government of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil)
Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Rio Grande do Norte S/A

Planting Summary

Purpose: The objective of this trial was to perform an experimental trial with corn crop, at the Experimental Station of EMPARN, in Apodi-RN, aiming to test organic products from World Grow International Corp, to evaluate the effects provided by the raw materials on this crop.Thus, the study will provided subsidies so that natural raw materials are used in a permanent and sustainable way, increasing yield and avoiding degradation of the ecosystem involved.Variety of Corn: Cruzeta cultivar with a cycle of approximately 90 days.

Date Sowed: March 1st, 2012 – Months Grown: March, April, & May of 2012

Foliar Application: Performed when the plants were near the beginning of the reproductive cycle.

Harvested Date: 110 days after planting, when ears were dry and ready for harvesting.

  • The experimental unit (plot) was composed by three rows with five meters long and 0.90 m between rows, for a total of 13.5 m2 per plot. For purposes of analysis we used the central row, which corresponds to the useable area of the plot.

Results Summary

Treatments1 Average flowering

(days)

Number of plants

Plant height

(m)

Ear production

(kg)

Grain production

(kg)

T1-Control 45 35.5 2.36 4.18 2.56
T4-GS 43 27.5 2.43 5.57 3.66
T5-GSF 43 30.0 2.51 4.73 3.20
  • It may be noted that the applied products had effects with a tendency of improvement in corn precocity with a reduction of two days in the average flowering when in use of Greenamax, compared to the control.
  • The average production of corn ears increased in absolute values with the application of treatments Greenamax. It may be noted that the increases provided by the products were of 33.25% and 13.0%, respectively, for treatments T4-GS and T5-GSF.
  • The average corn yield in grains was also a parameter that increased in absolute values with the application of product Greenamax. It may be noted that increases provided by application of the products were 43% and 25%, respectively, for the treatments T4-GS and T5-GSF.

Conclusions

  • GreenaMax contributed to the development and production of corn.
  • Greenamax showed signs of improvement in corn precocity;
  • The application of Greenamax on the seed treatment plus via foliar provided an average increase of 15 cm in plant height;
  • Seed treatment with Greenamax increased the corn yield in grains by 43%.

Sunflower

State Government of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil)
Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Rio Grande do Norte S/A

Planting Summary

Purpose: The objective of this project was to perform an experimental assay, at EMPARN Experimental Station, Apodi-RN, aiming to assess World Grow International Corp organic products, in the sunflower developing and production.

Thereby, this study will provide aids for the permanent and sustainable usage of natural inputs, increasing productivity and avoiding degradation of the involved environment.

Variety of Sunflower: Catissol cultivar with an approximate cycle of 110 days.

Date Sowed: March 1st, 2012

Months Grown: March, April, & May of 2012

Foliar Application: Performed when the plants were close to flowering onset.

Harvested Date: 110 days after planting, when ears were dry and ready for harvesting.

  • The experimental unit (plot) comprised three lines with a length of 5 meters and 0.9 m between the lines, totaling 13.5 m2 per plot. For analyses effect, the central line was used, which corresponds to an area of 4.50 m of the plot.

Results Summary

Treatments Flowering

(days)

Plant number Plant height

(m)

Capitulum production

(kg)

Grain production

(kg)

T1- Contr 47 11 1.57 1.21 0.54
T4-GS 46 9 1.58 1.21 0.67
T5-GSF 42 10 1.62 1.48 0.90
  • It can be concluded that the products contributed to improvements in precocity, reducing the mean flowering time in up to five days in relation to the control treatment.

  • Capitulum production increased significantly with GreenaMax treatment application. It can be observed the increases provided by the inputs were 22.3% for treatment T5-GSF.
  • It can be observed that increases provided by the tested inputs were of 24.1% and 66.7%, respectively, for treatments T4-GS and T5-GSF.

Conclusions

  • GreenaMax influenced positively in biomass production and total productivity of sunflower capitulum and grains;
  • GreenaMax contributed to improvement in Sunflower precocity and to increase in grains/capitulum yield.
  • GreenaMax was effective in Sunflower production when associated with seed treatment and foliar application, with increase of 66.7% in grain productivity.

Highlights

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