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Published by Biomassters Global, Inc., 2018-08-18 16:48:32

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Proven Profits, Products and Protocols

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Biomassters Global, Inc.

MicroSoil®'s TailorMade™ Soil Enrichment Program

What is the MicroSoil® program? Where has MicroSoil® been used?

MicroSoil® is a unique proprietary Soil Enrichment program  Extensively in Mexico, China, and Spain.
utilizing a blend of natural occurring ingredients including  Also in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Dominican
polysaccharides, polypeptides, and PureFulvic™ Trace Minerals
that provide a healthy balanced food source for native soil micro- Republic, Hungary, the European Union (Spain, Portugal,
organisms meant to help enrich the soil. Fundamentally, the Germany) and the United States.
program helps improve agricultural performance by significantly
increasing microbial activity in a balanced soil environment. For what crops?

 The MicroSoil® program includes a free soil analysis and MicroSoil® has been used to grow over 100 different crops around
customized program to increase low nutrient levels and balance the world, including:
all required nutrients.
Agave Cherries Pecans
 MicroSoil® then builds nitrogen fixing micro-organisms, Alfalfa Coffee Peppers
beneficial “native” soil micro-organisms to enhance nutrient Apples Corn Potatoes
utilization and aid in building organic matter in the soil. Avocados Cucumbers Rice
Bananas Garlic Spinach
 MicroSoil® is not a fertilizer, a replacement for a fertilizer, or a Beans Grapes Sugar Beets
substitute for any soil element. It cost-effectively catalyzes much Broccoli Lettuce Sugar Cane
more efficient plant utilization of all the soil nutrients that are Butternut Squash Melons Tobacco
present. Cabbage Mustard Greens Tomatoes
Carrots Onions Wheat
Why should I use MicroSoil®? The reasons vary Celery Papaya Zucchini
depending on the crop and the harvest cycle.
*Past results have included some or all of the Is MicroSoil® safe?
benefits below:
MicroSoil® is all natural, completely safe for users and the
Increased profits of 15% to 30% more per acre environment, and approved for organic use.
 Increased crop yields – as much as 30%
 Reduced use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides –  MicroSoil® is completely safe, made of 100% naturally
occurring, non-toxic materials that pose no harm to farm
as much as 25% to 70% personnel, livestock, or the environment.
 Healthier plants, more robust root systems, accelerated blooming,
 MicroSoil® significantly reduces the impact of soil degradation
faster plant maturity, earlier harvests, potentially more harvest from traditional agricultural chemicals based farming.
cycles each year
 A liquid, MicroSoil® can be injected and mixed with chemical
Better, healthier, and more nutritious products fertilizers through the existing irrigation system, or using any
 Increased BRIX and protein levels spray process.
 Enhanced taste and nutrient content
 Biomassters Global, Inc. is a business partner of the California
More sustainable soil characteristics and reduced environmental Certified Organic Farmer organization (CCOF), and MicroSoil®
impact is approved for organic use by the California Department of Food
 Increased organic matter and soil fertility & Agriculture (CDFA), and Oregon Tilth.
 More balanced soil pH
 Significantly reduced chemical runoff

*Better root systems, faster growth, reduced time to maturity, and
better yields (when crops are grown to maturity) are typical for all
crops. Talk to us about the potential impact on your crops.

Website: www.microsoil.com

INQUIRIES CONTACT: *CCOF, CDFA, and Oregon Tilth are governed by the Authority
Mike Snyder—(512) 919-9628 / (956) 295-7751 of the USDA National Organic Program.

Bob Huck—(956) 778-4510 2
Dave Shimp—(847) 922-0781

Rejuvenation of Damaged Sugarcane Crop in Texas

Thanks to MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage®

Thanks to our Distributor, Mr. Dave Shimp, and his colleague Mr. Mike
Snyder, for sending the photos below showing a 40-acre commercial sugarcane
crop in South Texas, planted October 9, 2017, and initially treated with
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®. The crop was damaged by frost on January 20,
2018 and snow on February 1, 2018. See the rejuvenation of the damaged
sugarcane crop on the following pages.

October 9, 2017
Photos (above, left & right) show sugarcane planted on 40 acres.

January 20, 2018 February 1, 2018
Photo (above) shows frost damage. Photo (above) shows snow damage.

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Since MicroSoil® Products work primarily at the root hair area, and especially
in the colder months, helping to build bigger and deeper root systems, the use of
MicroSoil® at planting helps to overcome many stressful climate conditions and
tends to make plants “snap back” much faster, thus saving an otherwise ruined
crop.
The crop recovered to robust health by March 20, 2018 and by May 21, 2018 the
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® treated crop was way ahead of the control crop
next to it that was planted at the same time. The commercial grower was very
pleased with the complete rejuvenation of his valuable sugarcane crop.

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March 20, 2018
Photo (left) shows the fully recovered and rejuvenated
sugarcane crop treated with MicroSoil® &
MacroFoliage®.

May 21, 2018
Photos (above, left & right) show healthy robust sugarcane crop growth with six (6) to eight (8) foot high stalks.

May 21, 2018
Photo (right) shows the neighboring sugarcane
crop that was not treated and has lagging growth.

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Photo below (top) taken in late June 2018 clearly shows the difference between
the sugarcane treated with MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage® (left) and the
sugarcane not treated (right). Photo below (bottom) taken in late June 2018
shows the final impressive results of the 40-acre fully rejuvenated sugarcane
plants. The sugarcane crop was fully recovered and ready for harvest.

June 2018
Photo (above) clearly shows difference between the fully recovered and rejuvenated sugarcane crop treated

with MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® (left) and the sugarcane not treated (right).

June 2018
Photo (above) shows healthy robust sugarcane crop growth with ten (10) foot high stalks, ready to be
harvested. Better yields and longer lived sugarcane crop are expected.
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MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® Consistently Grow Citrus
Crops Bigger and Better in Rio Grande Valley, South Texas

In late 2016, the “Mars Orange” crop for a large grower located in the Rio
Grande Valley in southern Texas was treated with algae and humic acid (as
sources of carbon), MicroSoil®, and MacroFoliage® later at flowering. The
2016 harvest produced more oranges that were 30% larger, with deeper
orange colored meat, darker green colored and healthier leaves, and less
drops. The striking results are best summarized by the grower’s photos below
(December 2016).
In May and July, 2017 a different grove of “earlies” used for juice was treated
under the supervision of a university’s PhD agronomist. The harvest in late
October, 2017 had a yield of 30T/acre, a better than 50% yield increase
compared to the normal yield of 18-20T/acre for the same orange grove.

Photos (top row left) show
more orange fruits per tree
with less drops, and darker
green color, healthier
leaves.

Mars Oranges, grown early
in the season, are prized for
their sweet flavor and thin
rind.

Photos (bottom row left)
taken December 2016,
show 30% larger fruit, 5
inches across (normal crop
is only 3.5 inches). Photos
also show size of orange
sections, with darker
orange color meat and
more fruit juice in the pulp.

A different crop in October
2017, had a 50+% higher
yield.

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Faster Growth, Better Yields and Bigger Crops at a
Diversified Grower in South Texas’ Rio Grande

All crops (Peppers, Spinach, Cabbage, Radish) grown with
MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage® using drip irrigation between
10/31/2016 and 12/11/2016. Peppers were also treated with
MacroFoliage® at flowering.

STRESSED PEPPERS What the grower really couldn’t
GROWN WITH A believe was his spinach crop,
COMPETITOR’S after ONLY one (1) week Grown
PRODUCT WERE with MicroSoil® (right hand),
COMPLETELY compared to the control grown
REJUVENATED !! without (left hand).

BANANA PEPPERS GREEN PEPPERS SPINACH

SPINACH NAPA CABBAGE ASIAN RADISH

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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 early 2017 pictures from
customers show, results have been so spectacular that the commercial growers
throughout Southern Texas will be using MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage® on all
their crops.

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®

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Photos (above, left, right)
show rows of healthy,
dense, dark green
SPINACH treated with
MicroSoil® &
MacroFoliage®.

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

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

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LATEST RESULTS from TEXAS, USA

MicroSoil®’s Synergistic Products: That which is good or great, which nature has proven to be so
perfect since the beginning of time, cannot be modified by man in the guise of improvement, for it
will never stand the test of time, as it is known that no matter how loud the claims and clamor, that
which is not synergistic with nature dies and that which deserves to live — lives.

Honeydew Melon Crop Grown Bigger & Better
with Algae, MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® in Texas

In late 2016, Biomassters Global, Inc. developed a customized Protocol using algae,
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® to conduct a trial on a “Honeydew Melon” crop for
a large grower located in the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas. The melon
crop was treated, using drip irrigation, with algae and humic acid (as sources of carbon), MicroSoil®, and
MacroFoliage® later at flowering.
The initial results, after only 6 weeks, are summed up by the Grower:
“The best plants I have seen in 18 years of growing honeydew melons. Faster growth, healthier plants,

more blooms. Yields should be tremendous!”

Grower’s photos below, taken after only 6 weeks on 31 March 2017.

OFF TO A GREAT START!

The Grower’s photos show, AFTER
ONLY 6 WEEKS, the honeydew

melon’s massive leaves, dense thick
growth, more blossoms per vine,
and dark green vibrant color of the
melon crop in lush healthy field.

Massive Leaves Larger Than a Hand

Thick Growth Prolific Blossoms Lush Healthy Field

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Honeydew Melon Crop Grown with SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae,
MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage® in Arizona

Photos show spectacular results of the international commercial grower’s Fall 2017 Honeydew
Melon harvest using SuperBloom™ enhanced algae, MicroSoil® at planting, and MacroFoliage® at
flowering. (All photos taken in September 2017)

Photo (above left) shows lush, healthy, dark green field of Honeydew Melon—the result of using
SuperBloom™ enhanced algae, MicroSoil® & MacroFoliage®—the crop had no insects & no
virus infestation, despite problems in neighboring fields. Photo (above right) shows untreated
melon field in adjacent area was less green, with insect & virus infestation problems.

Photo (above) shows larger, “The best plants I have seen in 18 years of growing
greener, healthier Melon leaves honeydew melons, it is truly amazing—faster and
Grown with MicroSoil® on left. thicker growth, healthier plants, more blooms, heavier

melons, and higher crop yields!”

International Commercial Melon Grower
Arizona, USA

Photo (left) shows Honeydew
Melons Grown with
MicroSoil® on the left are 50%
larger, with 71% higher Brix
(sugar/nutrition) levels,
compared to untreated melons
on the right.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Phoenix, Arizona

Cantaloupe ♦ Watermelon ♦ Honeydew
Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and

SuperBloom™ for Enhanced Algae

Large, lush, dark green Cantaloupe Leaves

In early March 2016, Biomassters Global, Inc. provided soil analyses, and a Protocol using
*SuperBloom™ Algae Super Food, MicroSoil® and MacroFoliage® to conduct a trial for growing a
“spring cantaloupe crop”, to be harvested in July 2016. This trial was conducted by and for an
international commercial grower/company. The striking results are best summarized by the grower/
researcher’s comment:

“I haven’t seen plants like these ever.It is truly amazing.”

 Yield (boxes per acre)—18% higher
 BRIX levels—17% higher
 Internal crop pressure (a shelf life predictor)—8% higher
 Melon weight—31% heavier
 Resistance to disease, e.g. CYSD virus—significant
 Potential profit increase—$430 per acre for the spring crop and $585 per acre for the fall crop
 Potential annual profit increase—$2.4 million per year on 2400 acres for two crops per year
*NOTE: Our Algae Super Food is sold as “SuperBloom™” in the USA (not available for sale in the State
of California) and as “AlgaeAccelerator™” outside of the USA.

This report discusses what we did, the results we achieved, and why we got the results that we did.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Arizona – Cantaloupe, Watermelon & Honeydew

Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae

What We Did

The researcher/grower uses a buried drip system on 7-foot centers to grow cantaloupes and melons in a series
of 35-acre plots on three farms which total approximately 2400 acres. The operation is in the high-country
desert approximately one hundred miles west of Phoenix, Arizona. The traditional process involves injection
of a blue-green algae (as a source of carbon), a competitive microbial product, and traditional macro nutrients
and micro nutrients to grow. The researcher/grower is very sophisticated and believed that he had, at that
time, largely achieved a complete and balanced complement of nutrients on his own.

Prior to beginning the trial, we demonstrated, to the grower’s satisfaction, that Biomassters Global, Inc.’s
SuperBloom™ Algae Super Food provided a superior algae product compared to the traditional product
they were using. They quickly converted the entire operation (all 2,400 acres) to SuperBloom™ enhanced
algae instead of their traditional algae. Because of this across-the-board conversion, not only was the
cantaloupe trial run with SuperBloom™ enhanced algae, the other crops grown in the operation, which
included watermelon and honeydew, were also grown with SuperBloom™ enhanced algae.

The Protocol we developed for the cantaloupe trial involved three steps that paralleled the grower’s existing
cantaloupe process, but using Biomassters Global, Inc.’s suite of products. The protocol was applied to 10
acres of a 35-acre plot. The other 25 acres were grown following the traditional process. All 35 acres used
the SuperBloom™ enhanced algae.

Our Three-Step Protocol

 Seedlings were soaked in a diluted MicroSoil® solution prior to planting to prevent transplant shock
and supercharge their growth from the beginning.

 MicroSoil® was injected three times through the drip system (upon planting, two weeks later, and four
weeks later) in amounts that added up to a total of 0.36 liters of MicroSoil® per acre.

 The crop was sprayed with a MacroFoliage® mist 1-½ to 2 weeks prior to f lowering, and 1-½ to 2
weeks after flowering. This treatment began in early May and was designed to increase and better
sustain flowering to increase yields still further.

Because the SuperBloom™ enhanced algae was used across the entire 35-acre plot, the only difference was
the use of the traditional competitive microbial product on 25 acres and the use of MicroSoil® and, as a
foliar, MacroFoliage® per the protocol on the other 10 acres.

 The overall protocol increased costs per acre from $19.00 per acre using their traditional competitor’s
product to $22.71 per acre. (The MicroSoil® was $1.00 per acre less than the competitive product but
the MacroFoliage® added back a cost increase of $3.71 per acre.)

Results Achieved

The overall results reflected the results we typically see when using our MicroSoil® Products and
Protocols—faster plant growth, healthier and more nutritious plants, and higher crop yields.

 There was virtually no transplant shock and the MicroSoil® plants did in fact grow more quickly.
 The leaves were materially larger as were the stalks, and the plants grew faster. The differences were

visually noticeable by April, 2016.
 No virus/disease treatment was required as is typically done.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Arizona – Cantaloupe, Watermelon & Honeydew

Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae

 Four samples were taken of both the traditionally grown crop and the MicroSoil® / MacroFoliage®
trial area crop. BRIX, internal pressure and melon weight were measured for each of the four samples
with the average results as shown below:

Traditional Process BRIX PRESSURE WEIGHT
(g/100g) (psi) (lbs)
Biomassters Global /
AgRevive Protocol 13.1 8.1 3.5
15.3 8.7 4.6
Protocol % Increase
17% 8% 31%

 The yield increased from 683 crates per acre to 804 crates per acre, a yield improvement of
17.7%.

 Had the entire farm been converted to the trial protocol, the economic impact on the spring crop would
have been very significant.

 Higher yields increased revenues $904 per acre.
 Costs increased $4.00 per acre for the protocol and an additional $472 per acre to pick,
pack, cool and haul the extra product yield.
 The net spring profit increase would have been $429 per acre, or $1,029,000 for the
entire 2400-acre farm.
 Because of traditionally higher prices in the fall, the profit impact for that growing
season is forecast to be $585 per acre or $1,403,000 for the 2400-acre farm.

The customer has verbally indicated they are converting 100% to our MicroSoil® TailorMade™
Protocol and Products for their melon crops in Arizona.

After the cantaloupe trial was completed, additional observations were made on the impact of the
SuperBloom™ enhanced algae and the MacroFoliage® Foliar on the honeydew melons and watermelon.
They too experienced faster growth and healthier crops that were more disease resistant than crops in previous
years grown without SuperBloom™ enhanced algae.

How does MacroFoliage® Foliar feeding enhance plant stomata functions?

A description of “stomata” and how they work:

Stomata are microscopic openings on the surfaces of plant leaves that allow for the easy passage
of water vapor, carbon dioxide and oxygen. They are crucial to the function of leaves as
photosynthesis requires plenty of carbon dioxide as well as the release of waste oxygen and excess
water. "Stomata" means "mouth" in the Greek language.
While the primary site of stomata is on leaf surfaces, they are found on all above-ground parts of the
plant. Each stomata is composed of two guard cells surrounding an opening known as a stoma. The
number of stomata that form depends on environmental conditions, with higher light levels and moisture
or lower carbon dioxide levels causing a higher density.

The pictures on the following pages help illustrate the results of the trials.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Arizona – Cantaloupe, Watermelon & Honeydew

Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae
Photographs of the trial results are shown on the next two pages.

Huge Cantaloupe Leaves

Virus free watermelons Grown with Lush honeydew plants Grown with

SuperBloom™ enhanced algae, despite SuperBloom™ enhanced algae had
CYSD affecting neighboring farms. Note higher yields, despite an adjacent alfalfa

the dark, rich color of the plants. field that is typically a source of virus
infestations.

Watermelon leaves were huge, thick, and dark Lush overgrown field of watermelons; note the
green. dark, rich color of the plants.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Arizona – Cantaloupe, Watermelon & Honeydew

Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae

Summer honeydew Grown with SuperBloom™
enhanced algae and microbial.

Summer honeydew grown without algae or
microbial in the Control (UTC) field.

Control
(UTC)

Summer honeydew grown without algae or
microbial (Control UTC top leaves) and Grown
with SuperBloom™ enhanced algae and
customer’s traditional microbial (Algae + Micros
bottom leaves).

The grower’s on-site algae production
system producing SuperBloom™ enhanced

algae.

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*Final MicroSoil® Trial Report from Arizona – Cantaloupe, Watermelon & Honeydew

Grown with MicroSoil®, MacroFoliage® and SuperBloom™ Enhanced Algae

What Drove the Results?

With a high level of organic matter from the algae, a highly effective trace mineral component of the
SuperBloom™ and MicroSoil®, and with full and balanced nutrition absorbed into the plant by MicroSoil®,
the plants “took off” as they typically do using MicroSoil®. The crops were healthier, faster growing, and
provided better yields and crop quality. The addition of MacroFoliage® further increased yields and produced
more nutritious fruit that is better protected from insects and disease.

The seedlings that were soaked in a diluted MicroSoil® solution prior to planting did in fact minimize transplant
shock and supercharge the growth from the beginning. The immediate addition of MicroSoil® supercharged
nutrition delivery from the beginning, helped break down the organic matter, and better mineralized the nutrients
that were present. This happened because of the three fundamental components of MicroSoil®:

 A nutrient mix that stimulates the growth of native soil microbes and funguses to mineralize
nutrients for faster plant absorption. Unlike other microbial products, MicroSoil® is specifically
designed to promote growth of native bacteria which are best adapted to the local environment.
The results are therefore better than many microbial products which rely strictly on supplying
bacteria acclimated from other areas.

 The components of Biomassters Global’s PureFulvic™ Trace Elements, which include all natural
trace minerals as well as macro and micro plant nutrients, all have a very small particle size and
high electrical conductivity (EC) enabling them to be absorbed far better into the plant than any
other trace element product we are aware of.

 MicroSoil®’s blend of nutrients, including nitrogen-fixing bacteria, supplements, in most cases,
can at least help reduce the need for chemical-based fertilizers. The reduction in chemical
fertilizers creates an environment more favorable for microbial activity and therefore further
increases the rate of nutrient absorption into the plant.

Because the plants are stronger and have higher nutrient levels, they are more resistant to disease and are not
attractive for insects and other predators (insects like to eat low sugar content and sicker leaves and plants, not
heathy ones). The addition of MacroFoliage® immediately before and after flowering stimulates healthy
flower growth, increases flower’s sugar content, attracts more bees, and therefore drives yields higher.

MacroFoliage® contains all natural nutrient components, many based on amino acids that are designed to be
absorbed through the stomata of the leaves (the tiny pores that support the exchange of carbon dioxide and
oxygen to the atmosphere during photosynthesis). Misting with MacroFoliage® is a very efficient way to
optimize the conversion of flowers to crops.

The yields of crops that grow fruit from flowers (e. g. soybeans, cantaloupe, apples, zucchini) are directly
influenced by the number of flowers they produce and the number of flowers that actually yield fruit. The
typical soybean plant for example is known to convert only 25% of flowers to beans and, therefore, there is
huge leverage if you can increase the conversion rate. The same factor works to impact yields of watermelons,
honeydew, and cantaloupes.

From an economic standpoint, the fact that cantaloupe revenues are in the $5,000 per acre range makes
even the most modest improvement in yields more than justify our protocol costs that are in the range of
$20-$30 per acre. (In contrast to cantaloupe, a typical 200-bushel-per-acre corn yield selling for $4 /
bushel is only worth $800 in revenue per acre!)

*Due to Biomassters Global, Inc. signing an NDA with this corporation, we are not allowed to use
their name in conjunction with these trials and results for any promotional purposes.
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SuperBloom™

Blue-Green Algae
growing operation
for building carbon
in poor desert like
high alkaline laden
soils, greenhouses &
any underground or
drip irrigation
watering system

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Commercial Algae Growing Greenhouse in Southern Texas

Photos below show construction of a commercial algae growing greenhouse facility
in Southern Texas. The facility holds 14 large capacity tanks for algae to be
cultivated as fertilizer for the grower’s commercial crops.

Photo (left) shows
construction of the algae
greenhouse in progress.


Photo (right) shows
preparation of double
rows of algae tanks on

elevated platforms.


Photo (left) shows the
installation of final algae
tanks; 14 tanks total.


Photo (right) shows 19
closeup of finished tanks

containing algae grow.


Website: www.microsoil.com

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