Soysoap is not a fertilizer and its not a pesticide. Its
an adjuvant and it very different kind of soap. What makes
it different is the particle size is only 1 billionith of a
meter. Or its like comparing a marble in your hand to the
size of the earth. What this soap does is get other inputs
into the plant whether they are an additive or already in the
ground. It can double the brix levels in a plant in just
4 hours. It can give you frost resistance in 6 hours! It
can produce a lot more crop production. It can also give
you nothing if you have perfect weather and soils. But for
stress conditions of bad weather or bad soils we have honestly
seen 400% increase or 40 bushels vs 8 bushels soybeans. Its
not the silver bullet. It also reduces drag from glysophate as
that shuts the trap door in plants and we open it up. When
mixed with glysophate our plants dont drag and they root like
mad. Might be worth a try of a few gallons for 2010 and than
production in 2011. We have had plants blown down and stand
up on their own. I asked a smart person and he said you have
changed the cell structure and it can do that now. You wont
find a university, publication, government entity telling you
about soysoap or any of its 50 other names as its just to new
on the market of less than 3 years. But you can read some
of these PDF's and think this might just be what they were doing
back in the early 1900's! Don Wilshe, Owner, Biobased USA
800 995-9203

PS. And you should also know that this product is only grown
of farm grown ingredients.. Its growing food with food and a
farmer has to want to help himself and other farmers. Its time
for a change. We grow plants to make them healthy and to be
able to defend themselves. If pesticides were good why dont
we replace our vitamins with Atrazine!

In the next few years the agriculture industry will discover their
are more than 1 way to grow crops. There is the chemical way that
everyone is dependent on. Governments need chemicals to regulate,
universities need chemicals and chemical companies for funding, publications need the advertising. This is what i call a co-dependent relation that makes change to Agri-Phyiscs very difficult.

Dr. Leon Hesser who founded the Green Revolution with Nobel Prize winner Dr. Norman Borluag after a visit to North Carolina said this
is something everyone should know about!

Now below you can start the learning process!

The Second Green Revolution

Treat and Untreated Soybeans during the 2008 Drought

Nanotech "Nurtrient Transporter"

3/4 More Ton of Alfalfa, Fair to Prime Grade, 12 to 22% Crude Protein

Nanotechnology Surfactant for Resistant Weeds

Few Crops reports for 2009

2009 North Carolina Video Trial Results

Fescue Grass & Millet 1 ton more per acre! Fescue Grass Millet

Orhcard Grass 1 ton more per acre, Deer Plot Info! Orchard Grass Deer Plots,

Two Videos same field on August 1st, 2009 Late Plantings of Soybeans Still make 30 bushels, Only thing impressive is 30 bushels and had to fight killing frost. Late Planting August 1st Soybeans, Late Planting August 1st Soybeans,

90 Bushel Corn late planting July 1st, 2009 Late Planting July 1st Corn,

Late Planting 7-23-2009, Make About 35 bushels Late Planting July 23rd Soybeans,

Soysoap Roots and impressive! Soysoap first is all about roots. 50++ Bushel Soybeans Grown,

1000 More Pounds per acre, $1500 more per acre, 124 to 1 ROI using the Soysoap Burley Tobacco 1000 Lbs More, and

330 More Pounds per Acre, $210 or about a 24 to 1 ROI using Soap Cotton Production 26% Increase

North Carolina State Univ Report 14 more bushels acre! Have seen others do 30 bushels NCSU Corn Report 14 More Bushels

Don Wilshe
800 995-9203

We wont sell you product unless you can tell us your saw a difference!

Donald Wilshe