- The trial is being carried out on a 20- acre field plot in west main Saskatchewan
- 1.6 tonnes per acres of EarthRenew’s GrowER
item was applied to the plot
- The presentation trial is meant to determine enhancements in crop yield, soil acidity, soil raw material and farmer profitability
TORONTO, Dec. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)– EarthRenew Inc. (CSE: ERTH) (” EarthRenew” or the “Business”) is happy to announce that it has begun a long-lasting soil health presentation trial with an agronomist at a farming operation in west main Saskatchewan in the “dark brown soil zone”. Soils in the dark brown zone are part of the cooler, wetter blended meadow ecoregion and have a higher amount of Soil Organic Matter content, darker soil color and thicker soil advancement.
The purpose of the field trial is to demonstrate the combined effects of EarthRenew’s GrowER and a microbial in a post-harvest application. We plan for the trial to demonstrate how our item enhances crop yield, reduces the effects of soil acidity, increases soil organic matter and increases per acre farmer success.
EarthRenew needs production scale field trials to comprehend product market-fit, including item handleability and to validate historical data on GrowER’s capability to increase general soil health. 1.6 tonnes per acre of GrowER item was applied on a 20- acre presentation plot by a third-party custom-made dispersing operator. A surrounding control comparison plot was treated with microbial treatment however no EarthRenew treatment.
We mean to determine soil health response by comparing the results of a Haney soil test that was completed after harvest in 2020 to the results of a Haney soil test that will be completed after the 2021 growing season. The Haney soil test utilizes distinct soil extracts in the laboratory to determine what amount of soil nutrients are offered to soil microorganisms. Our objective is to show a measurable enhancement in a manufacturer’s profit-per-acre as compared to the control plot, in addition to a marked distinction in soil water holding capability.
EarthRenew’s CEO, Keith Chauffeur, commented, “We are really excited to start our next stages of presentation trials. Building on the arise from our operate in the 2020 growing season, we plan to broaden the scope of our trials and profit from the advantages that our items can generate.”
About EarthRenew Inc.
EarthRenew’s mission is to support a farm system that puts healthy soils and grower profitability back on the table. EarthRenew transforms livestock waste into a high-performance natural fertilizer to be utilized by organic and traditional growers in Canada and the United States. Located on a 25,000 head livestock feedlot, our flagship Strathmore plant is capable of producing approximately four MW per hour of low-priced electrical power powered by a gas fired turbine. The tired heat from the turbine is utilized to transform manure into qualified organic fertilizer. EarthRenew stock is noted on the CSE under symbol “ERTH”.
Please visit our Company site at www.earthrenew.ca
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