The Technology Behind PureCrop1
The agriculture formula, PureCrop1, was developed after a decade of research initially intended for tackling cancer in humans. Today, our company’s mission is to eliminate the use of toxic chemicals as a means to protect our food sources.
As the chemical war wages on, farmers are finding these methods increasingly less effective, and increasingly more harmful to people, soil health, and the environment.
PureCrop1 takes a multi-faceted approach to plant health. Organic compounds like vanillin naturally boost plant vitality, while pesky mold spores slip off leaves. However, it is the use of ultramicroscopic colloidal particles that sets PureCrop1 apart as a trailblazer in the future of agriculture. These powerful colloidal particles disrupt the metabolism of sap-sucking pests, and yet, remain entirely inert to the rest of the biosphere.
PureCrop1 is produced by advanced developments in colloidal chemistry, which make it possible to create a microscopic particle called a ‘micelle.’ The micelle is composed of a collection of linear molecules or fatty esters and fatty acids clumped together in the shape of a sphere that is roughly 20 hydrogen atoms in size, or about 1-to-4 nanometers. The chemistry is, in essence, a form of natural quantum physics.
We do not add any thickeners, dyes, reagents or fragrance. For this, PureCrop1 is an extremely stable colloid. Addition of ingredients that do not serve a purpose at the nanoscale only interfere with the efficacy and stability of the finished product.
Alcohol is not used in the extraction of oils from any of our ingredients.
Mixed micelles are the result of a process in which natural plant-extracted ingredients consolidate at specific time intervals, temperatures, and sequences. This process causes the compositions to transform into new particles: colloidal micelles.
These colloidal micelles are a nano-supramolecular surfactant. Nano-sized emulsions offer numerous advantages over conventional chemicals in sustainable results and more rapid & reliable activation. Furthermore, the PureCrop1-treated crop experiences an extended long-term impact of the beneficial outcomes.
Micelle structures can deliver micro and macro molecules because they can control and sustain the release of macro-molecules; they have favorable tissue distribution, improved bioavailability, and provide chemical & physical stability of the embedded molecules.
Insects – PureCrop1 eliminates sap-sucking insects by dissolving the membrane that forms their bodies and interfering with the digestive enzymes in the gut that process their food. Sap-sucking insects that vector pathogens differ from predatory insects (good bugs) by the enzymes that break down the food they eat. PureCrop1 does not harm the membrane or enzymes of beneficial insects, and for this reason, is an excellent addition to organic and sustainable farming.
Mold and Mildew – PureCrop1 works against mold and mildew by membrane disruption. Thousands of micelle tear out a piece of the cell wall and cause the cells to leak out, effectively sterilizing the spore. The micelle also leave a thin physical barrier that block the anchor site where mold and mildew would attach, preventing it from growing for up to ten days.
Plant Health – We developed PureCrop1 to increase the health and vitality of indoor and outdoor plants by feeding the mechanism responsible for cell reproduction. Nutrients feed the plant through minerals that need to be processed by the plant consuming energy (Fatty acids). PureCrop1 delivers these fatty acids directly to the phloem and xylem inside the plant, where they are distributed and made immediately available for its use. Because of the micelles’ ability to carry up to 25% of its molecular weight in additional polar and non-polar minerals, PureCrop1 distributes soluble and insoluble macro and micro-nutrients throughout the plant. The combination of delivering bio-available nutrition and adding free energy makes the system more efficient, leading to healthier plants that grow faster, develop roots & foliage quickly, and ripen early.
Colloids, also known as micelles, are microscopic substances that possess a particularly profound ability to reduce or penetrate surface tension. Their physical action is electrical in nature, with each end maintaining an opposite charge, which, along with its small size, can allow easy penetration of specific biological membranes.
The electrical activity of these colloids has a disruptive effect on an insect’s ability to breathe. Promptly, various enzymes that support their simple life support system are unable to metabolize or tolerate diluted colloids and their constant expansion, effectively killing the insect. Humans and animals, being of a more complex enzyme nature, have no difficulty or problems in this regard.
PureCrop1 is a natural plant-based insecticide and fungicide made of food-grade oils that have been cast into micelles by our proprietary process.
Recent field research has revealed that the specialized proprietary blend of colloid based technology has a significant life-enhancing effect on the overall health and growth of botanical life forms. The presence of this colloid blend consistently provides the following:
- Favorable reduction in calcium-binding in new plant roots.
- Provide a balanced Ph – immediate environment for the proper electron (energy) chain transfer.
- Favorable reduction of opportunistic infections.
- Significant reduction/elimination of parasitic activity without the use of toxic chemicals.
- Provides increased health, well-being, and growth of plants.
- Increased utilization of water and nutrients.
- Reduced build-up of salts.
Our ingredients may seem unusual, but that is due to the peculiar nature of our formula. Two processes occur in the manufacturing of PureCrop1, the first being saponification, or the creation of soap by combining fatty acids and an alkyl solvent. The second is the formation of micelle through precise temperature control over a specific period. Two oils used for their concentrations of myristic, palmitic, stearic, oleic, and linoleic acids.
Soybean Oil – Fatty acid molecules that form the micelle.
Corn Oil – Fatty acid molecules that form the micelle.
Filtered Water – Solvent used to arrange, or cast & assemble molecules.
Glycerin – A release of glycerin from the fatty acid chain occurs as a part of saponification, the process used to make soap. Glycerin is also added to “super-fat” the soap, making it “softer” and able to hold more non-polar molecules.
Guar Gum – Arabinogalactan is a biopolymer consisting of arabinose and galactose monosaccharides. In plants, it is a significant component of many gums, including guar gum. It is often attached to proteins, and the resulting arabinogalactan protein (AGP) functions as both an intracellular signaling molecule and a glue to seal plant wounds.
Citric Acid – Provides compounds with ethanol and antibacterial properties.
Soap – Micelle formed from soap. However, not all soap becomes micelle.
Vanillin – Boosts the performance of phytoalexins in the plant, improving response to attacks by insects and pathogens.