RezFree Inc

- Liquid Organic Fertilizer

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CERES conducts inspections and offers certification per different governmental organic standards, such as regulation EEC 834/07, USDA-NOP Final Rule, and the Japanese Agricultural Standard to produce Organic Foodstuffs (JAS). Additionally, CERES provides inspection services for several national and international private standards of farmers' associations and certification bodies (Demeter, Naturland, BIO SUISSE, etc). With Soil Association Certification of the United Kingdom, CERES has signed a 'Contract for Symbol Programme Product Acceptance'.

  • RezFree is a liquid organic-fertilizer, a bio stimulant, and a soil catalyst.
  • RezFree contains a blend of enzymes, peptides, amino acids, oligosaccharides, and organic matter.
  • RezFree is certified as organic by CERES*.
  • RezFree contains no GMO.

  • RezFree® degrades the residues of pesticides and chemical fertilizers accumulated in the soil which are responsible for damaging soil health and adversely affecting plant growth.
  • RezFree® increases the microbiological activity in the treated soil that is crucial for plant health and growth.
  • RezFree® develops a natural wax layer that makes plants more resilient against drought and frost.
  • RezFree® contains enzymes that divide carbohydrate molecules into Oligosaccharide molecules which have root growth-promoting activity.

  • Food, soil, and water resources are contaminated with residues of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. These residues cause many serious environmental and possible health effects such as cancer, allergies, birth defects, gene mutations, etc. Pesticides manufactured with current technologies are more complicated now and washing and peeling the food do not remove residues. The average US citizen carries 29 pesticide residues in his/her body (Source: http://www.consumerreports.org). Some residues stay in the soil for decades. Many pesticide applications miss the target zone and therefore pesticide residues might be found even in organic products.
  • RezFree® degrades the residues of pesticides and chemical fertilizers accumulated in the soil which are responsible for damaging soil health and adversely affecting plant growth.
    RezFree shows this effect in a matter of days (starting from 48 hour). RezFree is affordable and does not require difficult handling, warehousing or usage conditions. The product is easy to apply and can be safely used with any other commercial crop protection product or fertilizer. Can be used in conventional/organic farming in any types of soil/plant and not harmful to human or other living organisms.
  • Salinity is caused from the accumulation of soluble salts. These excess salts negatively affect bioavailability of the nutrients. Accumulation of salts is present in most irrigated regions of the world. Crop losses may occur with irrigation water containing as little as 700 to 850 mg/L TDS (total dissolved solids) or EC>1.2 dS/m. Saline soils cannot be reclaimed sustainably by chemical amendments, conditioners or fertilizers (may only be partly reclaimed by drainage systems and applications but it has side effects). There are instances where it is either impossible or too costly to attain desirably low soil salinity levels. In some cases, the only viable management option was to plant salt-tolerant crops.
  • RezFree® decreases the soil salinity within a couple of weeks and reclaims saline lands. No need for huge and unsustainable investments for proper management of soil.
  • Microorganisms in the rhizosphere consume organic matter in the soil, transform it into nutrients that plants need, fix nitrogen, solubilize phosphorus, and recycle mineral nutrients. Finally, microorganisms promote plant health by improving soil fertility and plant nutrition in a natural way. But due to excessive use of chemicals, the population of beneficial microorganisms are depleted in most of the cultivated lands.
  • RezFree® increases microbial activity in the treated soil by the help of its enzymes rich in diversity. Roots grow longer and by having extensive root system plants can uptake nutrients more efficiently, thus reducing the amount of chemical fertilizers used.
  • One of the biggest challenges of farmers is plant diseases which increases the cost, decreases the quality and yield of crops.
  • RezFree® boosts the immune system of plants and reduces the need to use pesticides and fungicides by increasing anti-oxidant activity and symbiotic relationship between plants and microorganisms.
  • RezFree® provides positive environmental externalities, such as preventing the underground waters being contaminated with chemical residues (fertilizers and pesticides).
  • RezFree® increases the fruit set and provides better land tillage.
  • RezFree® increases the germinating capacity of the seeds.

REZFREE®APPLICATION PROCEDURES *
(*) The application ratios (Rezfree® + water composition) listed below are defined to
give you a general idea about application. These reference values may and should differ
depending on the climate and soil conditions. Please contact us for defining optimum
application procedures of Rezfree® on specific soil and climate conditions.

Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant, Cucumber:
REZFREE® should be applied five times with irrigation water as instructed below:
The first REZFREE® application should be done during the post-germination stage, which is 15 days before germination or during soil preparation stage. Second application should be at seedling time when the plants are 3-4 inches height (7-10 cm). The following three applications should be done regularly after irrigation by one month interval until harvesting time.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Watermelon, Melon, Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Pumpkin, Zucchini:
REZFREE® should be applied initially at post-germination stage. Then the second application should be done at pre-fruiting.
The following applications must continue frequently until harvesting time with 20 days intervals.Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Spinach, Cabbage, Leek, Lettuce, Parsley and other Foliar Vegetables:
The first REZFREE® application should be done during soil preparation stage. The second
application should be done after 20 days from seeding stage. The following applications must
continue frequently until harvesting time with 20 days intervals.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Strawberry:
For open field cultivation of strawberry: The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil preparation stage. The second one should be done during post-germination stage. The following applications must continue until harvesting time with one month intervals.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Legumes (Bean, chickpea, soybean, broad bean, lentil):
REZFREE® should be applied three times on legumes:
First application should be carried out at soil preparation stage or after sprouting seeds.
Following applications should be done at first and second hoeing practices.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Application of REZFREE® using dripper or direct soil irrigation system is inapplicable, because legumes aren't irrigated very much. However, at soil preparation stage dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with 10gal (40 Lt) water per acre.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Maize, Sunfower, Cotton, Poppy:
REZFREE® should be applied three times on maize, sunflower, cotton and puppy:
The First application should be carried out at soil preparation stage. Following applications should be done at first and second hoeing practices.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Grains (Wheat, Barley...):
For irrigated grain fields: The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil
preparation stage. The second application should be done during tillering stage.
For rainfed grain fields: Only one REZFREE® application will be enough and it should be
applied during soil preparation.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Paddy:
REZFREE® should be applied three times on paddy:
The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil preparation stage. The
second application should be done at tillering stage. The third application should be done
during a head (spike) emergence stage. For second and third applications REZFREE® should
be diluted with 20 gal (80 Lt) water.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.
Tuber crops (Potato, sugar beet, carrot…):
The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil preparation stage.
(REZFREE® should be incorporated with the soil). The second application should be done
during tuber initiation stage. For potato the third application should be done at pre-flowering
stage. For sugar beet and other tuber crops, the third application should be done after one
month from the second application.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with 10 gal
(40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Sesame:
The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil preparation. The second
application should be done after one month from the first one using irrigation water. And the
third application should be done one month after the second one.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Peanut, Soybean, Broadbean:
The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during seed germination stage or at
during soil preparation time; the second application should be done at pre-flowering stage,
and the third application should be done one month after the second application.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Mix 400 mL REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and use it to leaves to plant by spraying.

Clover:
For the first time planting: First application of REZFREE® should be used at soil
preparation stage. The second application time should be the first irrigation time. The third
application can be done frequently at harvesting time with sprinkling water.
For existing clover crop: Initially apply REZFREE® during first irrigation time. The other
applications are prior to harvesting time using sprinkling water.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with
minimum 10 gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil using irrigation
water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 20 gal (80 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Apricot, Pear, Peach, Cherry, Nectarine, Plum, Olive, Orange, Vineyard, Apple, Quince, Kiwi, Black-Blue-cran-berry:
The first application of REZFREE® should be carried out during the soil preparation stage or
pre-flowering stage. The second application should be done during fruiting stage, and the
third application should be carried out within two or three weeks prior to harvesting stage.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with min. 25
gal (100 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 40 gal (150 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Banana:
The first REZFREE® application should be carried out during soil preparation stage. The
second application should be done at tillering stage, the third application should be done
during pre-flowering stage, and the fourth application should be done prior to harvesting time.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with min. 25
gal (100 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with minimum 40 gal (150 Lt) water per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Grass fields:
The first application of REZFREE® should be carried out during soil preparation stage. The
second and third following applications should be done regularly with 3 months intervals.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): For existing grass fields, dilute 800 ml
REZFREE® with minimum 40 gal (150 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and apply it directly to
soil using irrigation water. (For the first time of planting grass, 800 ml REZFREE® should be
diluted with 100 gal (400 Lt) water and should be applied to soil by irrigation system.)

Flowers:
The first application of REZFREE® should be done during soil preparation stage. The second
application should be done prior to flowering stage. The next applications should be done
frequently by 20 days intervals.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with min. 10
gal (40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and use it directly to soil with irrigation water.
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 mL REZFREE® with 20 gal (80 Lt) water per acre (4
decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Coniferous trees, bushy plants, ivy:
REZFREE® should be applied three times on Coniferous trees, bushy plants and ivy:
The first application should be done during soil preparation stage. The following applications
should be done frequently by one month intervals until harvesting time.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 400 ml REZFREE® with 10 gal
(40 Lt) water per acre (4 decares).
Leaf application (min): Dilute 400 mL REZFREE® with 20 gal (80 Lt) water and apply per
acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

Roses, seasonal flowers:
The first application of REZFREE® should be carried out during soil preparation stage.
Coming applications should be done frequently by 20 days intervals.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): For greenhouse cultivation: Dilute 800 mL REZFREE® with 50 gal (200 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and apply to roots.
For open field cultivation:
Dilute 400 mL REZFREE® with 25 gal (100 Lt) water per acre (4 decares) and apply to roots.

Mushroom:
REZFREE® should be applied directly to the compost (media used), right after substrate
preparation.
Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) cultivation:
Shelves (trays) application (min): Dilute 1000 ml REZFREE® with 50 gal (200 Lt) water
and apply directly to the 5.000 sets (shelves) used in this cultivation.
Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) cultivation:

Bags application: Dilute 1000 ml REZFREE® with 50 gal (200 Lt) water and apply directly
to the 5.000 sets (bags) used in this cultivation.

Nursery:
REZFREE® should be applied directly to the soil with first irrigation water. The following
applications should be done with one month intervals from leaves.
Dripper irrigation or direct soil application (min): Dilute 1500 ml REZFREE® with 40 gal
(160 Lt) water per acre (4 decares).
Leaf application (min): Dilute 1500 mL REZFREE® with 40 gal (160 Lt) water and apply
per acre (4 decares) and spray the diluted solution directly to leaves.

NOTES:

  1. It’s highly recommended to apply REZFREE® after basic chemical fertilizers applied.
  2. For the best results in residue cleaning feature, REZFREE® should be applied with respect
    the active period of pesticides used.
  3. For newly established orchards: First Application should be done during planting
    seedlings. Second application should be done in 1-2 months after from first one, and the
    third application should be done in Fall.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR REZFREE® APPLICATION

NOTE: The application ratios (Rezfree® + water composition) listed above are defined to give you a general idea about application. These reference values may and should differ depending on the climate and soil conditions. Please contact us for defining optimum application raitos of Rezfree® on specific soil and climate conditions.

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