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An Open Letter from the Chief Scientist

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First, a little background:

Albert Einstein predicted this little-known science used to develop SNX30 was destined to evolve -- and Nikola Tesla and other notable scientists, inventors, engineers and PhDs have developed it throughout the years for use in health as well as agriculture.


Nikola Tesla invented AC electricity that we use in our daily lives. Plus, he also pioneered radio communication (think cell phones) and was granted more than 100 U.S. patents.


Here's what triggered the discovery of the SNX30 fertilizer supplement as a quick and simple to use input for the best fertilizer ROI (return on investment) with less fertilizer and more yield

It all starts off with a little-known story about how Big Ag and Big Chem combined forces to prevent the spread of a crop protection and yield increasing phenomenon for farmers. Three men (Upton, Armstrong, Knuth) developed this method over 70 years ago to reduce/eliminate crop pests without the use of chemicals and also increase yield.


Beginning in 1949 the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau ordered their Research Department to make a thorough investigation of Curtis Upton’s discovery and ag experiments. Upton was the son of Thomas Edison's assistant.


After a year of tests, the Farm Bureau made a contract with him and his associates for the exclusive use of their process in Pennsylvania. Many tests and trials continued and were documented by the Farm Bureau.


As word spread, the chemical and fertilizer industries became increasingly worried. Their representatives did their best to laugh off the new process and discourage farmers from trying it. When that didn’t work, chemical and fertilizer companies were forced to try another method.


Pressure from agriculture organizations and chemical companies set off a negative public relations program through farm co-ops and other groups against Upton and his associates, preventing them from enlisting farmers for their service. This negative public relations program worked well and that’s why farmers today haven’t had the opportunity to take advantage of this wonderful science -- until now with SNX30

FRAUD ALERT:  This notice is currently being mailed to farmers by the USPS.

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For till, no-till, conventional and organic farming.

My name is Lee Roberts...

We’re always impressed by the effort successful farmers are willing to put out on new inputs and machinery to increase yield or reduce cost. 

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SNX30 rolled back fertilizer cost over 70% while yielding 15 bpa more bushels.

Farmers who first used SNX30 were leery because it seemed too good to be true, but after using SNX30 realize it works better than described. One farmer even told me, "It almost feels like cheating." SNX30 belongs to the newest family of inputs based on energy (cheaper/safer).


Since our NCGA Corn Yield Winners and other farmers have proven that SNX30 works for them, you may want to see how well it works for you too. Months or years from now you don't want to kick yourself after losing out on the pre-season profit that SNX30 can offer you.

At first, it was challenging to get farmer buy-in due to the nature of SNX30 and the unheard-of benefits it offers for farmers and our environment. But now SNX30 has already proven to deliver more than expected.

Thanks to farmers...

Now you can learn what farmers from 21 states and 20 countries worldwide already know. We look forward to you joining our team too. It can be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made for the farm. We want you, we need you, but more important you need us. Review the links above and come join our team too! NEW for Fall: DIY quick and simple to use seed and dry fertilizer treatments with SNX30 -- no liquid mess as with other treatments.   





Lee Roberts

Chief Scientist and CDM

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Best of Agriculture 4.0 – Farmers are already reducing fertilizer use over 70% plus increasing yield with this supplement. It’s backed by a growing number of agronomists and NCGA Corn Yield Winners. No special machinery or modifications required.

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