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MICROSOIL NEWS SPRING 2018 March 28 2018 FINAL SHARE

MICROSOIL NEWS SPRING 2018 March 28 2018 FINAL SHARE

Above and Beyond Organics™
www.microsoil.com

MicroSoil® World News & Views

Terrace Farming of Rice in China

Controlled Environments—A Worldwide Trend

Greenhouses and hydroponics agriculture facilities, which allow for
optimum utilization of water, fertilization, and space, are rapidly

becoming extremely popular controlled environment growing mediums
that ensure a high quality year-round supply of nutritious foods, and
maximize annual crop production revenue for growers.

Rejuvenation of Damaged Sugarcane Crop in Texas
Thanks to MicroSoil®

Photos below show commercial sugarcane crop in south Texas, planted 09 October 2017,
and damaged by frost (20 January 2018) and snow (01 February 2018). The damaged
sugarcane was treated with MicroSoil® (14 February 2018), and recovered to robust
health within a month (20 March 2018). The commercial grow operator was very pleased
with the complete rejuvenation of his crop due to the application of MicroSoil® and other
ingredients by Pegasus Soil Solutions® (Dave Shimp, Mike Snyder & Bob Huck).

Photos (above) show sugarcane field planted 09 October 2017.

Photos show frost damage 20 January (left) & snow damage (right) 01 February 2018.
www.microsoil.com

Photo (left) shows the fully
rejuvenated sugarcane
crop (03 March 2018) after
application of MicroSoil®
on 14 February 2018.

Commercial Growers Expand Operations in Southern
Texas Due to Ongoing Successful Results Using
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®

Since late 2016, commercial growers in Southern Texas have been using a
customized protocol with MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage® to grow crops
like onions, napa cabbage, spinach, and collard greens. As these 2017
pictures from customers show, results have been so spectacular that the
commercial growers throughout Southern Texas will be using MicroSoil®
and MacroFoliage® with Pegasus Soil Solutions® on all their crops.

… continued next page ...

Photo (left) shows ONIONS treated with
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® (far left) and
untreated onions (right).

Photos (above) show ONIONS treated with MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® (left) have denser growth,
thicker shoots, darker green color than onions that have not been treated (right).

Photos (right) show lush, dense, dark
green, healthy NAPA CABBAGE
treated with MicroSoil® &
MacroFoliage®

… continued …

Commercial Growers Expand Operations in Southern Texas Due to Ongoing
Successful Results Using MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®

Photos (above, left, right) show
rows of healthy, dense, dark green

SPINACH treated with
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®.

Photos (above) show lush field of COLLARD GREENS treated with MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®

Photo (above) shows COLLARD GREENS first Photo (above) shows COLLARD GREENS ready for
cutting on the left; waiting to be cut on the right. the second cutting.

Website: www.microsoil.com

Biomassters Global Private Label Program

for Raw Materials Contractors

Our Private Label Program is designed for companies that desire to become Raw Materials
Contractors in foreign countries in order to import, bottle, label, and sell our MicroSoil®
Agriculture Raw Materials under their own Private Labels.

As those in the global import/export business know, the process of importing Raw Materials
into a foreign country is much easier, faster, and more cost-effective than the complex,
lengthy, and expensive approval process of applying for government regulated import permits
for USA-made registered/trademarked brand names (like MicroSoil®), which literally can
take years.

To this end, we are currently working with companies as Raw Materials Contractors in India,
UAE United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka, South America, Africa, and China to setup Private
Label bottling & labeling operations in their respective territories (see below & next 2 pages).

AFRICA

We are working with Mr. Simba Sibanda of Best Farms
LLC, our Raw Materials Contractor in Zimbabwe,
Africa, on the setup for importing our MicroSoil® Raw
Materials for bottling, labeling, and selling under their
local Private Label “BestSoils™” (photo left). Our good
friend, Rick Nash, is coordinating the project.

CHINA www.microsoil.com

Our new Raw Materials Contractor in China, a
large fertilizer company in Shandong, is
developing their own Private Label, i.e.
“VibrantSoils™” (label right), for bottling,
labeling, and selling our MicroSoil®
Agriculture Raw Materials throughout China.

Grown with MicroSoil®
in Sri Lanka

Photos below show construction of a modern 15,000 sq.-ft. facility, built on the Bogawantalawa
Tea Estates land in Sri Lanka, to be used for the blending, bottling, and private labeling of
MicroSoil® Agriculture Raw Materials. The Bogawantalawa Tea Estates plans to sell their own
private-labeled product in Sri Lanka and neighboring countries to help establish and maintain
viable natural/sustainable farming methods and practices.

Grown with MicroSoil®
in Sri Lanka

Below are pictures of lush organic crops Grown with MicroSoil® in initial
MicroSoil® trials on the Bogawantalawa Tea Estates.

Photo (right) of Bogawantalawa Tea Estates in
Sri Lanka, established in 1869, where fine single

estate organic green and black teas are
produced for global export.

Photos (above) show lush organic crops Grown with MicroSoil® on the Bogawantalawa Tea Estates.

Latin America

MicroSoil® Agriculture Products

will be playing a vital role involving
numerous greenhouse, hydroponic, and
open field growing operations
throughout all of Latin America and
the Caribbean Islands. These large
community projects are just getting
underway in Mexico, and will rapidly
spread into South America. Select
community projects already have the
blessing of the country's government.

More details will be released in our
next “Summer 2018 Newsletter”.

Shipments of MicroSoil® Products

All pallets proudly built by Justin Hiatt, Partner in charge of our Manufacturing for over 15 years.

Photos (above): Another Shipment of MicroSoil® off to SPAIN.

Photo (above): Pallet of BioTech / Photo (above): Another Shipment of
AgriZymes™ MPX923 ready for MicroSoil® (208-Liter drums) headed

Shipment to CHINA. South to MEXICO.

Photo (left): Inside our
production facility in Las
Vegas, Nevada.

Our MicroSoil® Agriculture Products Line

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Effective April 1st 2018, Biomassters Global, Inc. will no
longer be selling: FreshWash™ for Fruits & Vegetables, PureFulvic™ Trace Minerals &
Elements, “Bulk” Products (LiquidHumus™ Concentrate, Liquid Cane Molasses).
Please note our complete Line of MicroSoil® Agriculture Products below.

MicroSoil®

MacroFoliage®

TripleRich™

EnRich™ N48

PristineGreen™

SuperBloom™ & AlgaeAccelerator™
Algae Super Food

BioTech/AgriZymes™ MPX-923 (with nitrogen)
BioTech/AgriZymes™ MPX-900 (without nitrogen)

www.microsoil.com

FLOWERS AS PESTICIDE

These Farms Are Testing a Low-Tech Pesticide Alternative—Flowers!

To make sure more beneficial bugs come to their fields to feed on pests, farmers are
planting them homes in the middle of their fields.
(Extra bonus: It looks beautiful.)

On a farm near the town of Buckingham, England, a crop of oilseed rape–a plant that
would normally make the field a solid yellow color–is planted with long, wide rows of
wildflowers in the middle. The field is 1 of 14 sites in a study testing how well the
wildflowers attract pest-eating bugs, and how well they could help replace commercial
pesticides.
Tiny parasitic wasps, for example, eat aphids, a pest for multiple crops. But the wasps
only provide pest control when they’re first born; the adults need to eat pollen and nectar
from flowers. In a typical industrial farm field, with a single crop planted across acres,
there isn’t enough food for the natural predators to survive. Planting strips of flowers can
change that.
The study also includes borders of wildflowers around each field, something that some
farmers have used over the past two decades in the area to promote general biodiversity,
not specifically for pest control. But because small bugs can’t travel far, researchers are
testing strips of flowers placed in strips in the middle of fields. It’s something that’s
possible to do now because farming technology has evolved. ...continued...

...continued… FLOWERS AS PESTICIDE

Pesticide use probably won’t be eliminated
completely, they say. But by attracting pest-
eating bugs–along with other techniques,
like breeding plants that can better resist
pests, using technology to better diagnose
and forecast pests, and application systems
that can apply tiny amounts of pesticide
more precisely–pesticide use could be
dramatically reduced, and serve as a last
line of defense on farms, rather than the first
thing farmers reach for.
The wide-scale adoption of precision agricultural systems, particularly GPS mapping and
precision application technologies, means that it should now possible to implement and
protect these in-field habitats,” researchers Ben Woodcock and Richard Pywell, of the U.K.-
based Center for Ecology and Hydrology, write in an email. “This would have been very
challenging a few years ago. While this is unlikely to eliminate the need to apply pesticide, it
may mean that pests populations are maintained below levels at which they cause damage to
crops for longer periods, thus reducing the number of pesticide sprays applied.”
With mounting evidence about the problems caused by pesticides–including polluting drinking
water and killing bees–many of the insect-killers have been taken off the market in the U.K.
and Europe. But others are still frequently used; that frequent use makes them less effective,
as pests become resistant to the chemicals. “The upshot of this is that the crop protection
‘toolbox’ is becoming smaller and more vulnerable so now is a good time to rethink our future
crop protection strategies to consider the use of alternative pest control measures alongside
conventional pesticides,” say Woodcock and Pywell.
Similar studies have tested the same approach elsewhere. In one study in Switzerland,
researchers planted poppies, cilantro, dill, and other flowers along fields of winter wheat. The
plants fed and sheltered insects like ladybugs that ate the bugs that eat wheat, and ultimately
reduced leaf damage 61%. The researchers estimated that choosing the right mix of flowers
could increase yield 10%, making it economically self-sustaining or even profitable to keep
planting flowers.
In the U.K., the researchers plan to keep expanding the tests to other farms. “A core aspect of
the study is to test the value of these approaches on typical commercial arable farms as we
want to know when, where, and under what conditions these approaches work,” they say.
“Ultimately, if it only functions in one farm, this is of little value. We want to know if this type of
‘ecological farming’ is generally beneficial and practical on most farms.”
They also want to understand the economic value of the approach, and how it can be
incorporated with modern farming tech. “We hope this will underpin a rethink of farming
practice to include a more ecological approach to agriculture where farmers actively enhance
the underlying ecological processes that benefit crop production,” they say. “We also intend to
use this experimental network to demonstrate this approach to industry and to train farmers–
our experience has shown that farmers often need to see these approaches in action on real
farms before they adopt them.”

Source: FastCompany.com World Changing Ideas 02/05/18

REQUEST FOR NEW MicroSoil® REPORTS

Every year numerous new crops are grown using our MicroSoil® Life Enriching Agriculture
Products and we need all the help we can get from you to pass on these results for our website,
archives, and newsletters, in order to share them with all those affiliated with our company.
We greatly appreciate MicroSoil® crop result write-ups with photos, or simple comparison
pictures, such as "Before & After", "Grown with MicroSoil® & Grown without MicroSoil®",
or just “MicroSoil® and Control”. Even a single picture of a plant grown with MicroSoil®,
with some pertinent information or caption, tells a story.

Photos (left) of organic farm tomatoes planted in coconut
fiber and Grown with MicroSoil® in a large commercial
Greenhouse-Hydroponic Facility in Spain. The tomatoes
Grown with MicroSoil® have more uniform fruits that
hold longer on the vine, darker green leaves, deeper red
color, and sweeter flavor (higher Brix rating).

Swear To Go Green Blog:
http://www.microsoil.com/blog

Biomassters Global, Inc. ORGANIC AFFILIATES

Biomassters Global MicroSoil® Agriculture Products are approved as Organic Input Material (OIM) for
growing food crops in the USA, Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. All of our Organic Affiliates —
Oregon Tilth, CCOF, CDFA, OKOP, Organic Certifiers, and BioNutrient Food Association prohibit the

intentional use of GMOs.

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