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 Quarter Size Raspberries at Diller Raby Farms, Lewiston, NY

 Peaches at Diller Raby Farm, Lewiston, NY

 Traminette Grapes at Diller Raby Farms, Lewiston, NY

 Florida Oranges

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Testimonials

  • Just a note to update you on my results. Amazing! The corn is 9’ high. I can’t pick the beans fast enough and have so many tomatoes. I’m having trouble finding people to give them to. On one cherry tomato plant I picked 40 tomatoes and a few days late another 40 were ripe. Cucumbers area great and also as important, these all have wonderful taste, are organic and have new been sprayed with anything other than Bio Wash

    G, Behlin of New York

  • In 2010 we purchased an orange grove that had about 1900 trees on it. Those 1900 trees had yielded 1801 boxes for fruit the previous year. After purchasing the grove I removed 650 trees, leaving 1250 trees in place. In additional to the normal spraying routine we sprayed once with Bio Wash. Those 1250 trees produced 2484 boxes of navel oranges (two thirds the number of trees produce a third of more fruit). In 2011 we treated the trees twice. Those same 1250 trees produced 3394 boxes of fruit. In other words, two thirds of the threes produced 88% more fruit. Additionally, the fruit was so much large that fewer oranges filled the packing boxed, this providing more profits.

    Gary Scott of Florida

  • For ten years I have tried to grow tomatoes, satsumas, blueberries and peppers with little success. I normally fertilize four or five times. This year a neighbor treated my plants with Bio Wash. Within two weeks my fruit trees responded with tremendous growth. They are yielding fruit for the first time. My tomato plants produced about 65 tomatoes each and my pepper plants are still producing up to 90 peppers. This was my best ever crop. I only applied fertilizer one time.

    Henry M of Lousiana

  • Terry M from Mississippi saying the following: "Farmer, Terry M., from Mississippi applied 3 foliar applications of BioWash Soil Amendment to his corn and harvested an average of 275 bushels per acre. That is an increase of 150 bushels per acre. 150 bushels times $8.67 a bushel equals $1300.50 per acre increased profit. I’d say he’s pretty happy".

    Terry Mudline of Mississippi

  • Dr. Krishnadadi used BoWash to increase rice production from 2-3 tons per hectare (2.5 acres) to 10-12 tons.

    Dr. Krishnadadi of Indonesia

  • In July of 2013, Anand Agricultural University in Anand Gujarat, India, researchers reported that tomatoes and green peppers treated with BioWash reflected a 20% increase in yield, compared to the control group that received just the normal fertilizer and pesticide treatments.

    Anand Agricultural University, Gujarat, India

  • Harry Raby, a 5th generation fruit farmer in Lewiston, New York wanted to share the results of spraying his orchards with BioWash 100.His 110-acre farm includes 30 acres of peach trees and also cherries, plums and apple trees. There was a freeze on March 26, 2012 but fortunately, Harry Raby had sprayed with our product prior to the freeze. He placed thermometers around the farm and the temperatures reached as low as 17 degrees Fahrenheit (Documented). In his words, “he thought his peaches and apples would be “cooked”. Pictures attest his trees are in beautiful condition and all were not damaged from the freeze. In fact the Fruit trees showed no signs of stress after a summer drought and no irrigation. In the months of September & August Mr. Raby harvested 90 tons of Peaches and some were the size of Grapefruits and very sweet. Harry had been skeptical after he sprayed in 2012, but he is a skeptic no more. He credits BioWash 100 with protecting his orchards and we agree with him. 2013 Harry told us his orchards are astronomical this year, increases in every area.

    Harry Raby, Diller Raby Farms, Lewiston, New York

  • I have used Bio Wash 100 in two growing seasons with astonishing results. While mixing the material, the suspension changed favorably before my eyes. The agitator on our sprayer opened up and I noticed a full flow from all nozzles. Normally the nozzles have to be cleaned frequently but by using the Bio Wash Soap, the nozzles relatively stayed clean. I hoped it would act the same on the plants and it did! To my amazement, the leaf chlorophyll improved darkening the leaf color. A gloss developed on the surface of the leaf. Also the stem or rachis was noticeably extended. Further results of this were an elasticity of the skin of the fruit and larger berries. A real nice cluster. Ripening was noticeably earlier than usual. Evidence of root stimulation was also noticeable. Final results were outstanding. This material does miraculous things for the plant. I have been told that one “frost pocket” went down to 25 degrees with no bud injury to that section. My experience in the Grape Industry as a Viticulturist for over 40 years demonstrated to me that Bio-Wash 100 as a plant wash soap is going to revolutionize the way we feed and grow our grapes. We look forward to 2013 for additional successes with Bio Wash 100.

    Raymond Hughes, Hammondsport, New York

  • I am using BioWash in my drip system. I drip feed 1800 plants twice per week in a regular nutrient regimen. After the fruit set, I use BioWash in my foliar spraying, which I conduct every 10 days. The berries this year are outstanding and much larger than last year. We are producing blueberries the size of a nickel. Our customers are amazed and the word is getting out about how incredible our berries are grown right here in SE Kansas.

    Lance Chastain, Chautauqua Hills Farms, Sedan, Kansas

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