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Pitch in now to advance agriculture leading to a Global Ecosystem Revival

 

We've developed an AgTech product positioned to advance the global fertilizer market and deliver a sustainable carbon solution through a 70-year leap in science.

 

SNX30 may be the most important advancement in agriculture since the introduction of hybrid corn in the 1920s. Within a few years of its release, hybrid corn began changing the face of agriculture. Where would farmers (and global food supply) be today without hybrid corn?

 

No special machinery, modifications or change in farming practice required. Use for till, no-till, conventional and organic farming on all crops at any time during the season.

 

Smartnute’s SNX30 is a 100% from nature supplement. It  can reduce fertilizer use and cost over 70%, plus it can help with greater yield too. SNX30 can bring the biggest return on investment for farmers, and it enhances crop health and can reduce groundwater toxicity over 70%. All other methods to reduce agricultural ground water toxicity are inferior and prohibitive in cost. 

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 Using SNX30 and reducing fertilizer use over 70%, plus 15 bpa yield bump = Best ROI.

SNX30 can also help reduce greenhouse gases through minimizing fertilizer use.

 

It’s important to keep in mind that soil security determines food security.  

 

SmartNute's SNX30 is also the missing link to supersede the H2Ohio $30 million phosphorus and nitrogen agriculture cleanup goals. There are many more benefits using SNX30 focused on global health, lower carbon emission and moderating climate change. 

Using SNX30 may also help farmers gain carbon credits through managing nitrogen and phosphorus reduction over 70%. 

 

Farmers and growers are successfully using SNX30 with wheat, corn, silage and soybeans. We are aiming to be a force for good in the world.

 

SNX30 can also help reduce the need for pesticides since the plants are healthier to naturally ward off pests, and it can also help reduce nitrogen and phosphorus toxicity (over 70%) that causes those deathly algae blooms in Lake Erie, the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone, plus other global toxic zones too.

So, the question becomes, how soon do you want to help smallholder farms and other farmers globally to increase their sustainability and profitability?

 

You can refer to the Open Letter and other links at the top of this page for more detail.

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Sincerely, Lee Roberts

Chief Scientist@SmartNute
Lee@Farming.help   
941-284-7231  (FL-USA)

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