One of our current projects is based in Park City. We connected with a real estate developer in the area whose extensive property boasts stunning mountain views and a small recreational pond. In the past, the pond has been covered with algae.
Many horseback riders enjoy the use of the property and pond, but the uncontrolled algae growth in the water rendered it unsafe for the horses to drink.
Our product was first applied in April of 2020. After three consistent applications during the season, the pond’s algae was significantly reduced, without any other variable change. It's now safe for recreational use, both for equestrian lovers and paddle boarders alike and the vegetation is coming to life. Heavy spraying is done for invasive weeds, but our SoilMix and WaterMix break those complex chemical bonds a few days after use, rendering them inert and enabling life to flourish.
By the end of the first year, we are seeing beautiful new growth, despite the chemical weed treatments and despite the decreased water seen this season. The pond is clear, with only a few small patches of algae in the areas with little aeration. We'll make a couple changes next year but overall, we are very happy with the outcomes at Pace Ranch.
Our SoilMix product produces positive results wherever it is applied, ranging from improving soil composition to increasing yield of crops or plants.
Interested in implementing Natura Solve’s SoilMix product in his local community garden, one of our regional sales reps set up a comparison between treated and untreated plants, alternating rows and recording beginning data to start.
Water is provided to the garden by the St. George and Washington Canal Company, and is highly concentrated with harmful chemical solids (specifically salt) due to the water’s origin from the Virgin River and Pah Tempe Hot Springs. High concentrations of salt can reduce crop yield and quality, but the beneficial bacteria housed in our SoilMix product drastically increases plant health and has the capacity to break down harmful solids in water and soil, reversing negative effects of contamination.
From April 24th to June 5th 2021, 1 ounce of product was diluted in 5 gallons of water and applied every other week to the designated rows. The product was applied to half of the corn, half of the peppers, and half of the tomatoes. When SoilMix was applied, the treated tomato, pepper, and corn crops grew at a faster rate and produced more fruit than the untreated plants. The plants matured at a quicker pace and displayed improved health, which resulted in increased yield.
Natura Solve is conducting controlled testing at an alfalfa farm in Southern Utah to study the effects of Natura Solve’s SoilMix on plant yield, soil nutrition, and water retention. After only four weeks, the results surpass all expectations.
Natura Solve has partnered with Utah State University to conduct controlled testing at an alfalfa farm in Southern Utah to study the effects of Natura Solve’s SoilMix on plant yield, soil nutrition, and water retention. After only four weeks, the results surpass all expectations.
The selected plot is roughly 115 acres in size, and usually produces 8 tons of Alfalfa per year in four cuts. For testing, the circle was divided in half: 57.5 acres treated with Natura Solve’s SoilMix product at 14 oz SoilMix product per acre (the test half), and 57.5 acres untouched (the control half). The division was intentionally chosen to favor the control half, which has historically outperformed the test half. The framers agreed that the test would be a success if growth could improve on the test half alfalfa by two inches during a single cutting.
Before treatment began, both halves of the circle were treated the same (same watering, fertilizer) and during the test, both the control and test halves received the same amount of water. Watermark probes were placed in the soil of both the test and control halves to measure how much water the soil would rethe tain in each half.
Though tests will continue for the next few weeks, the results after only a month of treatment are staggering. Despite fluctuations in weather and other variables, the alfalfa plants in the test half are already 2 to 4 inches taller as well as thicker and healthier than the alfalfa in the control half. The test half soil is also retaining significantly more water than the control half with every pass of the sprinkler. Additionally, nutrient tests done on the soil revealed that phosphorus (a key component of alfalfa growth) was ten times more abundant on the test half soil, providing the plants with ample nutrients.
The beneficial bacteria housed in our all-natural product help soil retain moisture, thereby decreasing the need for frequent watering. In addition, our SoilMix will increase nutrient uptake in your lawn, and increase overall plant health.
"My lawn was barely just there, with clay-like soil underneath. When we used your product just a few times, the turf and the roots grew enough that my neighbor even noticed and asked what I'd done. Soil is dark, pet spots are gone -- huge difference."
Canal water from Richfield, Utah. The left is untreated water and the right is water from the same pond, after sitting for days, clear water and fine sediment. Keep filters cleaner, sprinklers clear.
Safely reduce algae and clarify water, with WaterMix. Our concentrated formula works in weeks, by out-competing the algae for it's food source.
Check out the recent article, written by Water Online, about our algae solution.
WaterMix is safe for fish. Not to mention dosing rates are so low, the main thing the wildlife will notice is a cleaner home and more oxygen in their waterways. Currently we're providing this safe solution for water purification to a local fish farm. The endangered fish are thriving well in the treated water.
Drop a few drops of SoilMix or WaterMix into used motor oil, and watch is separate and change, starting almost immediately.
Cool experiment, send us your videos and results and we may share it, here!
Combat the after-effects of fires, with our SoilMix. Based on this testing and one additional test, we've seen notable changes in ash moisture retention and structural changes, with simple treatments. Be a part of our continued testing, with field tests open for 2021.