46 Bushel Beans with No Fertilizer



46 Bushel Bean with No Fertilzer

This is a follow up posting from the post we did back in Sept on how well SumaGreen worked on soybeans grown in Minnesota. This farmer let us know that with just using the SumaGreen no fertilizer added he got 46 bushels per acre on his beans this year, the photo above is of the bean that produced that. Contact us to see if SumaGreen can do the same for you.


SumaGreen Grown Grapes

This photo was sent to us from a customer in Northern Montana that’s using the SumaGreen Ag on all of his produce. He wanted to share this photo of his grapes from this year and let us know that he was able to harvest them 1 month earlier then he has ever been able to harvest. He has noticed that the grapes ripen faster as well they have been sweeter. The SumaGreen has been the only input used on them.




Minnesota Soybeans

We had a farmer that used SumaGreen Ag on his Soybeans this year send us these photo’s. He just wanted to let us know that he has never had soybeans look this good before, and he wanted to share with us on how they looked. The comment that he made to us was,

All I can say is the product works

ATT_1441985562455_Jessie Corey ATT_1441985521978_0_1The photo on the top had SumaGreen Ag applied at a rate of 1/2 gallon per acre, with the plants getting to be a little over 2 feet tall,and the photo on the bottom had the SumaGreen Ag applied at a rate of 1 gallon per acre, with the plants getting to be a little over 3 feet tall, and looking to be fuller. The farmer said they both had pod on the plants all the way to the top, they also had a field that didn’t get any SumaGreen applied and the plants were just a little over a foot tall. Soil for all fields was heavy clay.  SumaGreen was the only input applied to these Soybean this year

World Soil Day

December 5th is World Soil Day, I hope everyone is thinking about what they are going to do this coming growing season to help build the soil they are working with. With the lose of farm land everyday from the growing population we are going to need the farm land we have left to be at it’s best to go grow the food we are going to need to feed the world.

I like the poster below, it should make you think about what we need to do for the next generations, so they have healthy soil to work with. I also put a link below to the global soil partnership website, so you can see some of the things that others are doing around the world, we need to work together.

Have a great World Soil Day!