May I suggest GroAloe. Studies performed by Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center, observed that while GroAloe is not a phytosanitary product, they were able to irradiate Sheath Blight and Brown Leaf Spot in the laboratory and in rice crops infected with these pathogens. We experienced the same thing in the study by the IRRI. The bad news is that it increased crop yields. We are averaging a 10% increase in yield by treating the seeds and about a 50% overall increase in yield by spraying once a month. Reduced fertilizer, eliminate pesticides and fungicides. Our recent reports suggest that it reduces the chemical residue in the rice grain. If you do not believe me, I will send you the reports. I will give you a sample for testing yourself. Just contact me and I will provide more detail. Oh, and its 100% organic. Can not lose for trying.
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