PAGE 6 GROWTH BREAKTHROUGH IN SAND:
PLANT PLASMA SOLUTION AND ITS GENERATOR
In time dated photos below tomato seed have been planted in an egg carton squares containing 80 Plus % sand soil, no water or other
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The seeded area in the egg carton compartment was sprayed a few oz. at 50 ppm of PPS once a day. The growth even amazed the inventor and his staff. Planted April 4, 2012. Seed (Tomato Rutgers) purchased OFF THE SHELF from Ferry Morse retail outlet at The Andersons Maumee , Ohio USA.
PHOTO #1 first GROWTH BREAKTHROUGH IN SAND:
THE ABOVE PHOTO #1 SHOWS AFTER ONLY Eighth (8) DAYS planted April 4, 2012 WITH TREATMENT BY SPRAYED PPS AT THE TOMATO SEED PLANTED IN 80+ % SAND SOIL, THE SEED HAS GERMINATED!! ONE DAY LATER THE SECOND TOMATO PLANT SEED GERMINATED ABOVE THE EGG CARTON'S SQUARE SHOWN. (April 12, 2012 4:21 PM) REFER BELOW TO PHOTO #2
PHOTO #2 BOTH SEEDLINGS (TOMATO) GERMINATING Left plant, April 12, Right April 13, 2012 4pm . (Both in 80% + sand soil). Note PPS water drops on new leaf. SPRAYING THE SOIL NOT THE PLANT IS BEST in the early stages.
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PHOTO #3 taken Sunday April 15, 2012 5pm shows new second level leaves growing (days after planting) on the Tomato seedling growing in 80+% sand soil on Plant Plasma Solution TM C
Proof that the soil is mostly sand use the finger icon and point at the area (in the above photo) to see the best view of the sand structure. Then position the + or - cursor to the area you wish to check an enlarge very high resolution of the area of interest in the sand soil . Proof of the enlarged crystals indicate the soil is sand content.
PHOTO #4 Below taken 5pm APRIL 18, 2012
PHOTO #4 PLANT PLASMA SOLUTION (PPS)TM C treated Tomato Seedlings April 18, 2012, 5pm. Use your mouse, click on any place on the photo to see the high resolution blow up of the sand crystals.
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Again may I remind the reader that no other water or fertilizer was ever applied to these seedling planted in sand soil in the above photos of our testing.
A later photo of Tomatoes seedlings planted in sand soil, treated with Plant Plasma Solution April 20, 2012 4:30 pm. No fertilizer or water added!
PHOTO #5 Later photo Tomato seedlings planted in sand soil, treated with Plant Plasma Solution April 20, 2012 4:30 pm. No fertilizer or water added! Click on photo for high resolution enlargement. (Use left, right-up, down, key board keys to move photo when enlarged
PHOTO #5a Latest photo of the first Tomato seedling planted in sand soil, treated with Plant Plasma Solution April 25, 2012, 2:30 pm. No fertilizer or water added! Click on photo for high resolution enlargement. (Use left, right-up, down, key board keys) to move photo when enlarged. The small tomato plant above will have to be transplanted to the and outside soil container and continue its growth until the outside temperature is stable.
PHOTO # 6A DID NOT TREAT SAND SOIL WITH PPS MAY 8, 2012 SO SAND SOIL DRIED OUT AND THE TOMATO PLANT FELL OVER
PHOTO # 6B MIST SPRAYED A FEW OUNCES OF PPS TO THE SAND SOIL SURFACE OF THE WIPED OUT TOMATO PLANT ABOVE IN PHOTO #6A WITH PLANT PLASMA SOLUTION (PPS) AND IT RECOVERED, AS SHOW IN PHOTO# 6B, IN ONE HOUR IN THE SUN.
BOTTLED page 2 ONE GALLON EACH. Fripro at this time, with the prototype, can make several gallons as required for special test programs in progress or to be negotiated (But our production plans are still being formulated
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US Chamber's President Donohue Comments On Intellectual Property Enforcement
More than a quarter of all jobs in the US are with companies that rely on patents, copyrights and trademarks to protect products from competition and promote investment, the Commerce Department said. About 27.1 million jobs in 2010 were in industries that rely heavily on intellectual property protections, and another 12.9 million positions were indirectly affected.
"We must ensure that American IP-intensive industries remain confident that their copyrights, patents, and trademarks will be enforced," Thomas Donohue, the president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said at a White House event announcing the report.
Fripro Energy, LLC intellectual property will be enforced.