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2015

Our technology is Selected as Google “moonshot”

As one of the four finalists selected by the Google Developer Group (GDG) North Jersey, the microbial technology was chosen, in part, for its ability to reduce the use of chemical fertilizer, increase the quality and quantity of foods, recover unusable land and protect water resources.

2014

Mississippi Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting

Our Factory, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. won the 2014 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the manufacturing category for the state of Mississippi. “A company such as Bio Soil Enhancers is the key to economic growth in both our local communities and abroad.”

2014

INC 500

Our factory, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. ranked 2nd on the 2014 Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private U.S. companies for the state of Mississippi and #4 overall for manufacturing. Additionally, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. was ranked #297 out of the top 5,000 companies in the United States.

2013

INC 500

Our Factory, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. ranked 2nd on the 2013 Inc. Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest growing private U.S. companies for manufacturing and 77th overall. Additionally, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. (BSEI) was named as the #1 fastest growing company for all categories in the state of Mississippi. BSEI was recognized for its astounding 3-year growth of over 4,000% and revenue of almost $5 million for 2012.

Corn & Soybean Digest

The article "FFA Plots Seek Better Soybeans" highlights the 2012 Illinois Yield Challenge and our SumaGrow technology for potential long-term benefits on the soil.   Our technology had mproved soil health and Increased yields.

2012

Hemispheres Magazine

In the 2012 “green issue” of the United Airlines inflight magazine, our technology, SumaGrow, was recognized as an eco-friendly alternative to chemical fertilizers.

2011

Illinois Yield Challenge – 1st Place Winner

"The purpose of the Yield Challenge -- funded by the Illinois soybean checkoff -- is to provide a platform that encourages soybean growers to try new yield-enhancing practices and share the information learned through those innovations…”




2011
Popular Science December

Our SumaGrow ingredient was named the "Green Technology Grand Award Winner" by Popular Science Magazine in the December 2011 issue of "100 Best Innovations of the Year"


United Hemispheres

THE PROBLEM: CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS MAKE CROPS GROW, BUT WREAK HAVOC ON EVERYTHING ELSE.
THE SOLUTION:
REPLACE THEM WITH ECO-FRIENDLY MICROBES.

A Michigan State University professor has helped devise a cocktail of 30 kinds of microbes that might just put an end to the 180 million tons of chemical fertilizers used every year, as well as the pollution and algae blooms caused by runoff. Called SumaGrow, it locks naturally occurring nitrogen and other nutrients into the soil, protects against disease, slows runoff (thanks to microchannels that the microbes carve into the soil) and can be adapted to a range of products — one of which, a special formulation for pasture grasses called Forage Boost, was Popular Science‘s top pick for green tech innovation last year. — JENNIFER L. JOHNSON

The 4th World Congress of Conservation Agriculture

In February 2009, co-inventor of the SumaGrow polymicrobial formula Dr. C.A. Reddy presented his research as the keynote address. The link leads to an online pdf (or all) of the research presented at the conference.  Dr Reddy's research.begins on page 94. 



Michigan State News

Published December 2008, this article briefly discusses our research at Michigan State University.


Some books that have featured our technology

 Dr. C.A. (Adi) Reddy, Bio Soil's (the lab in which SumaGrow is tested to be improved year in and year out) Chief Scientist, is the editor of the graduate level text book for molecular biology.  Having a copy of the book or making reference to it adds credibility to Bio Soil and its products. 
The book is titled, "Methods for General and Molecular Microbiology," 3rd Edition, edited by C.A. Reddy, Terry J. Beveridge, John A. Breznak, George Marzluf, Thomas M. Schmidt, Loren R. Snyder


SumaGrow is featured as a new technology for growing tomatoes in the book, "The Complete Guide to Growing Tomatoes" by  Cherie Everhart.  




by SumaGreen
Looking to Improve our planet one Farmer and LCO at a time


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