Agrobioorganic Green Revolution

⤑ Significant increase in the crop yield of cereals, melons, vegetables and technical cultures (in some cases – 2-3 times and more).

⤑ Reduction of the sowing norm.

⤑ Fast rootage of perennials’ cuttings and the acceleration of
their productivity by several years; avoidance of the extension of years

⤑ Sharp rise in the quality indices of the crop.

⤑ Strengthening of the absorption of nutrients from the environment.

⤑ Raising the resistance of plants against diseases.

⤑ Raising the frost and drought resistance.

⤑ Obtaining a biologically pure product with minimal use of
any fertilizer and pesticide (in some cases with their full exclusion).

⤑ Agricultural products with medicinal and prophylactic features (due to a sharp increase in vitamins, microelements, amino acids, and other biologically active substances).

⤑ The high-quality product is very significant for baby foods.

⤑ Significant increase in sugar content of sugar collecting products (sugar beet, sugar cane, sugar sorghum, grapes, melon, peach), which will satisfy the human demands for
food products as well as biofuel.

⤑ A significant increase (twice and more) in the green mass of
agricultural plants, which – thanks to their high content of protein and microelements – are deemed as the best food for animals/cattle.

⤑ Raising the productivity of herbal plants, significant improvement of their quality indices, and, accordingly, an increase in Phyto-therapeutical effectiveness.

⤑ Effective utilization of land retaining the bio-humus, which is especially important for land-poor countries.

⤑ Significant increase in green leaf area and their photo-
synthetic effectiveness in parallel with the crop increase; this ensures the absorption of carbon dioxide and gas from the atmosphere, which is the optimal way for solving the problem of global warming.