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Futerri GmbH

Proven Profits, Products, and Protocols

Since 1996

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SAPEC AGRO ESPANA

Launches MicroSoil® in Spain

Photo left: Red peppers grown with MicroSoil® in Spain.

EUROPE 2015 – The launch of our MicroSoil® products in Spain has
been extremely successful, thanks to SAPEC AGRO ESPANA and
our Europe Representative in Germany, Mr. Arnim Wyrich of Futerri
GmbH. Thanks also to Mr. Jaume Banchs of Barcelona, Spain, who
works with SAPEC AGRO and attended our Annual MicroSoil®
Products Seminar in Las Vegas in September 2014 for product training. According to SAPEC AGRO, the
reception of MicroSoil® in Spain has been “beyond everyone’s expectations”. Crop results reported by growers
in Spain are so successful that SAPEC is now taking MicroSoil® into Portugal. SAPEC AGRO ESPANA
features a special MicroSoil® website dedicated to product information, videos and test results. Click here to
view the SAPEC MicroSoil® site: http://www.sapecagro.es/microsite/microsoil/

At left: MicroSoil® marketing flyer

(MicroSoil® gives life to your soil!)

Notice the green & red symbol
for “OKOP” on the lower left
side of the MicroSoil® label.
“OKOP” approval means that
MicroSoil® is officially certified to be used in
organic agriculture throughout the European Union.
(It is important to note that the EU strictly prohibits
the use of GMOs and the use of products
manufactured from GMOs in organic production.)

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Grown with MicroSoil®

in Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facilities in Spain

Photos (left): Actual photos of
healthy, nutrient rich food crops
Grown with MicroSoil® in large
commercial greenhouse hydroponic
facilities in Spain.
MicroSoil® is approved by the EU
Council of Agriculture to be used in
organic agriculture in all European
Union countries.
CLICK: microsoil.com

MicroSoil®, currently sold in Spain and Portugal through SAPEC
AGRO, is expanding into the entire Mediterranean region of Europe.
The reception of MicroSoil® in Europe has been "beyond
everyone’s expectations”. Crop results reported by growers are so
successful that SAPEC AGRO features a special MicroSoil®
website dedicated to product information, videos, and grower test
results.

LEFT—MicroSoil® for SAPEC AGRO ESPANA.
MicroSoil® le da vida a tu suelo! (gives life to your soil!)
CLICK: SAPEC MicroSoil® website

Photo (right): The extensive SAPEC AGRO
Industrial Park facility for R&D, production,

shipping & logistics is located at the Port of
Valencia, Spain.

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AERIAL PHOTO OF GREENHOUSES IN ALMERIA, SPAIN

SAPEC AGRO ESPANA conducts MicroSoil® tests in greenhouse-hydroponic
operations located in this region.
Since the 1980s, this small coastal plain, some 30 kilometers
southwest of the city of Almeria, Spain, has developed the
largest concentration of greenhouses in the world, covering
26,000 hectares. Several tons of greenhouse vegetables and
fruits such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and zucchinis are
produced here annually. More than half of Europe’s demand
for fresh fruits and vegetables are grown under the plastic
shades, fueling the province of Almeria's economy by $1.5
billion in annual revenue.

Peppers Grown with MicroSoil® in Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facilities in Spain

“The pepper plants treated with MicroSoil® were stronger, with larger and better quality fruit, and healthier
root systems. All types of the peppers had more vibrant color, and were more uniform in size.”
Commercial Greenhouse-Hydroponic Grower, Spain

Photos (left):
Red California
Peppers

Photos (left):
Red Italian Peppers

Photos (above): Photo (above):
Green Italian Peppers Green California Peppers

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Tomatoes Grown with MicroSoil® in Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facilities in Spain

“The tomato crop response was quite different between the control area and the area treated with
MicroSoil®. The tomatoes Grown with MicroSoil® were more balanced and vigorous tomato plants that hold

better on the vine, with an increase of 750 grams (1.7 pounds) per square meter.”
Commercial Greenhouse-Hydroponic Grower, Spain

Photo (left): Dramatic comparison of tomato
plants grown without MicroSoil® (left) and
Grown with MicroSoil® (right) in Spain.
Tomatoes Grown with MicroSoil® were of higher
quality with better color and uniformity of size.

Photos (above): Farm tomatoes grown in coconut fiber and treated with MicroSoil®.

Photos (above): Cherry tomatoes grown in soil treated with MicroSoil® developed longer vines
and had more fruits that stayed strongly attached to the vines.

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Melons Grown with MicroSoil® in Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facilities in Spain

“The seedless watermelons Grown with MicroSoil® were of better quality and more uniform in size, with
larger fruits and more fruits per vine.”

Commercial Greenhouse-Hydroponic Grower, Spain

Photos (above): Seedless Watermelons Grown with MicroSoil®

Photos (left):
Toad Skin
Melons Grown
with MicroSoil®
and ready for
shipping to
market.

Photo (right):

Cassava Melons Grown with
MicroSoil®

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Food Crops Grown with MicroSoil® in Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facilities in Spain

Photo (above): Greenhouse Eggplants Photo (above): Greenhouse Cucumbers
Grown with MicroSoil® Grown with MicroSoil®

Photos (above): Greenhouse Raspberries Grown with MicroSoil®
Photos (left): Strawberries
treated with MicroSoil® (far
left) show much more dense
and vibrant growth than
strawberries grown without
MicroSoil® (near left).
Photo (below): Strawberries
Grown with MicroSoil®.

Photo (left):
Blueberries Grown
with MicroSoil®.

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Field Crops Grown with MicroSoil® in Spain and Portugal
Photos (left): Potatoes Grown with
MicroSoil® (near left) show longer
vines and more potatoes on each vine,
compared to potatoes grown without
MicroSoil® (far left).

Photo (right): Sweet Potatoes in Portugal Grown with
MicroSoil® showed 23% more yield per hectare (43.1 Ton/

ha) than the potatoes grown without MicroSoil® (34 Ton/
ha). Also, the Sweet Potatoes Grown with MicroSoil®
showed higher yield, with more and heavier tubers (90
tubers weighing 21.57 Kg per 5m2), than the potatoes
grown without (62 tubers weighing 17.01 Kg per 5m2).

Photo (above): Maize Grown with Photo (above): Roots of Maize Grown
MicroSoil® (right) are thicker with with MicroSoil® (right) are larger and
more abundant than the roots of maize
more robust kernels than maize
grown without MicroSoil® (left). grown without MicroSoil® (left).

Photos (left): Peanuts Grown with
MicroSoil® (far left) developed
significantly more nodules per plant
than peanuts grown without
MicroSoil® (near left).

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Field Crops Grown with MicroSoil® in Spain

Photo (left): Fields of Beans Grown
with MicroSoil®.

Photo (right): Carrots Grown with
MicroSoil®.

Photos (above): Fields of Cabbage Grown with MicroSoil®.

Photos (above): Fields of Artichoke Grown with MicroSoil®.

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Olive Trees Grown with MicroSoil® in Spain

“The olive tree seedlings Grown with MicroSoil® were stronger and more resistant to any stressful situation.
This improves the quality of the fruit and offers more commercial advantage.”
Commercial Olive Tree Nursery Grower, Spain

Photos (above): Olive Tree Seedlings Grown with MicroSoil® (right) were stronger,
denser, darker green, and faster to maturity than seedlings without MicroSoil® (left).

Photo (above): Olive Saplings Grown with Photo (above): Olive Sapling Grown with
MicroSoil® (right) and without (left). MicroSoil® (left) and without (right).

Photo (left): Lush, healthy grove of Olive
Trees Grown with MicroSoil® in sunny
southern Spain.

CLICK: MicroSoil.com

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Our European Distributor’s Success in Germany

Our European affiliates, Futerri GmbH, with headquarters in Germany and managed by
Mr. Arnim Weyrich and Mr. Christian Jager, steadily and continually make headway
introducing our products into their 28 EU Countries markets with trial testing and doing
exhibits and shows.
Besides Germany, Futerri has successfully introduced MicroSoil® products into the
agriculture industries of Spain & Portugal, and is expanding into the greater Mediterranean
area, with very favorable results.

Photo (above) of Futerri’s MicroSoil Mobile.
Photo (left) of magazine article about the results
of successful MicroSoil trial demonstrations.
(Emblems left) MicroSoil® is approved by the Research
Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) to be used as
Organic Input Material (OIM) for growing organic
agriculture in all European Union countries. Organic
agriculture grown in the EU carries the “Euro-Leaf”
Organic Label (12 stars arrayed in a leaf design on a green
background).

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Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL)
Approves MicroSoil® for Organic Agriculture Grown in EU

MicroSoil® is now approved by the Research Institute of

Organic Agriculture (FiBL) to be used as Organic Input Material
(OIM) for growing organic agriculture in all European Union
countries. Organic agriculture grown in the EU also carries the
“Euro-Leaf” Organic Label (12 stars arrayed in a leaf design on a
green background).

FiBL, headquartered in Brussels, is the world’s leading knowledge
center for best practice in organic food and farming systems. It
combines excellence in science, innovation, and sustainable
practice. FiBL is an independent, non-profit, research institute with
the aim of advancing cutting-edge science in the field of organic
agriculture. FiBL’s research team works together with farmers to
develop innovative and cost-effective solutions to boost
agricultural productivity while never losing sight of environmental, health and socio-economic
impacts. Alongside practical research, FiBL gives high
priority to transferring knowledge into agricultural
practice through advisory work, training and
conferences. FiBL has offices in Switzerland, Germany,
Austria, France, and Brussels (FiBL Europe) and
numerous projects and initiatives in Europe, Asia, Latin
America, and Africa.

Photos (right) show FiBL projects throughout
the European Union. FiBL sponsors numerous

activities and research having to do with all
aspects of organic agriculture, including soils,

plant production, food crops, animal
husbandry, and food and quality safety.

What do the initials “FiBL” mean? 12
English: Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
German: Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau (FiBL)

Futerri GmbH

Thank You !

Since 1996

Since 1996

Above and Beyond Organics™
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