July 31, 2016
To create a preofitable company that is delivering the highest quality soil remediation and plant vitality, bio-stimulant products achievable. To extend via technology transfer the benefits of this product to other places combined with the best methods available for food and water system sustainability while ensuring community and peoples highest quality of life.
Flow of Process
Production scale up
Tech transfer methods
Currently SymbiosisAG has a refined, quality product. Through an agreement with the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources we have assured supply of invasive Carp fish as our primary input for our first product.
Although this product is excellent for any soil or plant system, we have identified no-till farmer as a primary market. No-till farming is rapidly expanding in the U.S. In Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa alone there are 1,500,000 acres in no-till. And this number is growing.
To rapidly move into several markets, and to match supply with demand, we require capital to scale up production capacity.
Additionally, we need to add staff in all areas including production, sales and marketing and business development.
SymbiosisAG has been in R&D for 13 years and is ready for delivery to practically any market that grows plants of any kind.
Our product was designed to help heal our soils without any harmful effects to our soil, food, or water systems. Additionally, because we are using an invasive species of fish as our primary ingredient we are also addressing several environmental problems, the extent to which are difficult to measure either environmentally or economically. All we might indicate is we are transforming a severe environmental dilemma into a highly beneficial line of products. Here is a brief summary of benefits:
- begins to address carp infestation
- derives a highly beneficial soil and plant amendment product,
- utilizes resources of Pokagon/Potowatomi nation, providing highly needed employment and business
- creating a model for sharing the processes of production and business development to other places and
people of need (e.g. Colombia, Costa Rica, Africa, India, Asia, etc.)
- our vision is to commit 20% of profits towards technology transfer and extension education
Because our team has been involved with agriculture for several decades, we are aware of the challenges being faced at every level, including depleted soils, polluted water, food lacking nutrition and the highly deleterious effects of currently used fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. We have an unprecedented opportunity to totally disrupt and realign these "problems" and bring food and fiber production back onto a sustainable course.
While focusing on creating a highly successful and profitable company our team is already taking steps to share benefits with other countries. Currently we have projects underway in Colombia S.A. and Jamaica (also see India, Uraguay, Nepal, Cuba, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Mexico).
Our intent is not to expand our operations in those countries, but to utilize technology transfer and assist people in those places to develop businesses. Of course we will be highly involved in that process to assure success.
As stated before, our greatest challenges are capital costs to scale up production and build our sales and marketing staff. Preliminary customer response to our product is positive. Companies like Monsanto and Dow are rapidly losing market share as people are realizing the disastrous effects of putting their products on our soils and foods. We have created this highly beneficial and natural product to replace those companies products for large, or small scale uses. We need now to make the public award that they have a choice. To do this will require sales and marketing staff.
Friday, July 31, 2009
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