2015-11-16 20:20 ET - News Release
Mr. David Gilmour reports
EARTH ALIVE OBTAINS FINAL GOVERNMENT REGISTRATION FOR MICROBIAL FERTILIZER TECHNOLOGY IN PERU AND CHILE
Earth Alive Clean Technologies Inc.'s biofertilizer product Soil
Activator has received final registration approval in both Chile and
"This is another milestone achievement for Earth Alive,"
stated David Gilmour, chief executive officer of Earth Alive.
"Government registration is a key success factor to establishing
distribution agreements with industry leaders in Latin America and an
integral part of our growth strategy. To further accelerate the
company's growth, we have implemented an initiative to be registered in
17 Latin American countries within the next 12 months."
Warren, vice-president of global operations for Earth Alive's
agricultural division, explained: "Latin America is a growing
agriculture market with focus on domestic and export crops. Soil
Activator is well received to date by the farming community of Latin
America with both conventional and organic growers. Currently, Earth
Alive has more than 50 ongoing trials in Latin America in over 30 crops,
with outstanding initial results. The sales and growth opportunities
in this region of the world alone are staggering."
Over the past
year, Earth Alive's patent-pending Soil Activator obtained full
registration by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the
Ecocert organic certification. The company is in the final stages of
registration approval in West Africa ECOWAS (Economic Community of
Western African States, 15 members) and Southern Africa (SADC, Southern
African Development Community, 15 members also). Earth Alive's Soil
Activator technology improves crop yields by increasing the root's
nutrient uptake by making already existing, and added, soil minerals and
nutrients more available to the plants. It promotes plant health and
stimulates its growth at all levels.
The company would also like
to provide a clarification regarding its press release dated Nov. 5,
2015. The company stated in its Nov. 5 release title that the "Earth
Alive Soil Activator increases organic wheat yield by up to 33 per cent
in Tek-Mac field trials." The company would like to clarify that in the
Tek-Mac trials, a combination of both Earth Alive Soil Activator and
Tek-Mac's Good n' Green fertilizer produced yields that were up to 33
per cent higher than unfertilized wheat. The addition of Soil Activator
to Good n' Green fertilizer produced an extra 12 per cent compared with
Good n' Green fertilizer by itself.
We seek Safe Harbor.