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  • EarthRenew (ERTH) has published results from a field trial of its subsidiary Replenish Nutrients’ regenerative fertilizer Rebuilder 0-17-0-12
  • Keith Driver, CEO of EarthRenew sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the trial
  • The results support the company’s belief that its product improves the soil’s microbiome, creating healthier soil, a more balanced ecosystem and better quality food
  • EarthRenew transforms livestock waste into a high-performance organic fertilizer to be used by organic and traditional growers
  • EarthRenew Inc. (ERTH) opened trading at C$0.18 per share

EarthRenew (ERTH)  has published results from a field trial of its subsidiary Replenish Nutrients’ fertilizer Rebuilder 0-17-0-12.

Keith Driver, CEO of EarthRenew sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the trial.

The field trial was a collaboration between Replenish Nutrients, Lethbridge College, and Biome Makers.

Data highlights:

  • Production of healthier potatoes with Rebuilder – free from common defects
  • Rebuilder achieved equivalent marketable yield compared to a standard synthetic fertilizer program at a lower nutrient cost while rebuilding soil health
  • Improved microbial diversity and variety in the soil over standard synthetic fertilizer
  • Increasing trend in phytohormone production (in particular gibberellin, auxin and cytokinin)

The field trial focused on specific effects of Replenish Nutrients’ regenerative product, Rebuilder 0-17-0-12, on potato crops.

Lethbridge College measured the product’s results in-field, while BiomeMakers evaluated soil samples to determine the formula’s impact on the soil microbial community structure.

Analysis of the data from the field trial proved that the company’s regenerative fertilizer produced equivalent yield and equivalent marketable yield when compared to a standard synthetic fertilizer program. Results also showed the production of healthier potatoes with Rebuilder.

Trial results support the company’s belief that its fertilizer improves the soil’s microbiome, creating healthier soil, a more balanced ecosystem, and better quality food.

EarthRenew transforms livestock waste into a high-performance organic fertilizer to be used by organic and traditional growers in Canada and the United States.

EarthRenew Inc. (ERTH) opened trading at C$0.18 per share.

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