Polyacrylamides-Where it all started. The drought of the late 1980's provided an opportunity to introduce the "crystal" type of polymers, that we were using in our potted soil mix, to main stream production agriculture. Fast forward 27 years later to the patented technology of liquefied Polyacrylamides better known as, AquaBoost. This is hands down a superior polymer technology concerning performance, user friendliness, the environment, and cost effectiveness. There is no other product on the market that can match the attributes of AquaBoost.
Irvine, California -- Four years of independent trials and assistance from the University of California Cooperative Extension revealed a 26% increase in production.
In 2003, large scale polymer trials were initiated to verify and confirm production increases at the Irvine Ranch in Irvine, California.
Morro Bay, Calif. -- 200 acre avocado grove experimenting with our specially designed polymers in coastal climates and heavy soils. First year production data showed 21 percent increase using our polymer.
Santa Maria, Calif. -- 900 acre avocado ranch using our specially designed polymer in new plantings, as well as in their 200 acre mature groves.
Pauma Valley, Calif. -- Installation of polymers at a grove managed by Jaime Serrato (view data).
Fallbrook, Calif. (Rainbow) -- The Bejoca Company - Avocado production trial using specially designed agricultural polymers. (view data)
Irvine Ranch, Calif. -- Avocado production research trial performed by Dr. Gary Bender of the Univ. of Calif Coop. Extension at Irvine Ranch (view data)
Pauma Valley, Calif. -- Harlan Beck's avocado ranch. Polymer trials to begin on 10 acre parcel.
De Luz, Calif. -- Treating avocado grove in De Luz with polymers and MPXA
Pauma Valley, Calif. -- University of California research site for researching production at various stages of irrigation reductions. Funded in part by the California Avocado Society.
Rainbow, Calif. -- Avocado production trials in Riverside county (view study results). Grove is in Rainbow. Grower wishes to remain anonymous.
San Pasqual, Calif. -- 30 acre avocado grove treated with our polymer. The next year grower set a record 25K lbs/ac! Calavo packed the fruit.
Installing polymers in grove owned by Leo McGuire, owner of L & M Fertilizer in Fallbrook and Temecula.
Installing polymer in grove owned by Len Francis, owner of L F Grove Managment in Temecula.
Morro Bay, Calif. -- Avocado production trial with heavy coastal influence. First year harvest resulted in 35% increase, even in heavy soils and cooler climates.
Bonsall, Calif. -- Installation of polymer using gas powered drill and specially designed drill bit at Bonsall avocado ranch.
Nipomo, Calif. -- Avocado polymer installation at Righetti Farms.
Ventura, Calif. -- Polymer trial with Don Reeder of Somis Pacific Farm Mgmt. First year harvest resulted in 40% increase in production.
Ventura, Calif. -- Polymer lemon trial with Stan Roberts of Spectrum
Bonsall, Calif. -- Several polymer trials on this 70 acre avocado ranch, using state of the art digital moisture sensing equipment.
Equipment used to apply polymers in row crops.
Our line of polymers will contribute to your success no matter what you are growing. Use our "Rootdip" on your bare root transplants, or one of our other patented blends for your horticulture or agricultural needs. They are cost effective, easy to use and apply, and non toxic. Whether you are putting in a garden or farming a thousand acres of lettuce, you can benefit from our research. Contact us and we'll send you the supporting data.
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