Kyminasi increases germination rate and flowering on peppers in Peru
Date: Dec 18, 2019
Place: Guillermo Caceres Paijan, Peru
Details: Kyminasi Plant Booster was installed
in a bell pepper field in December 2019.
The field with Kyminasi Plant Booster and
control field are comparable in size; about
10 acres each. The fields are adjacent to
each other and were planted at the same
time; approximately 1 month before the
Kyminasi Plant Booster was installed.
After just 16 days, the Kyminasi Plant Booster field germinated faster and more uniformly than control field. Control field has many gaps where germination failed or was very slow.
After only 16 days using Kyminasi Plant Booster, crops are flowering early, with more buds per plant than control. 30% more blooms than normal for that field (12 per plant average vs 8, which is standard).
Plants show more vigor and the leaves and stems are darker green and healthier than control plants.
See the video walk through of the fields here:
Kyminasi increases production while improving the size and flavor of peppers.
Date: Sept 5, 2019
Place: Edible Acres Farm, Tonasket, WA
Details: Edible Acres is a 12 acre organic farm in Tonasket, Washington USA. It lies on the northern border with Canada. Art Heinemann is known for the high quality of his fruits and vegetables.
Art installed the Kyminasi Plant Booster on his farm beginning in 2017. He has tested the Kyminasi tech on several varieties of fruit and vegetables.
In June 2019, he planted bell peppers and hot red peppers. After 3 months, the plants were producing 15-20 peppers per plant; 80% of which were fully grown. The peppers had consistent shape and ripeness. They tested at 10 Brix, which is 40% higher than the 5-7 average Brix for this variety.
The plants were still blooming in September, which is at the end of his season.
Art also noted that the pepper plants had so much energy that they were developing woody stems. This indicates that the plants were transitioning into perennials, which is highly unusual for his area (peppers usually only develop into perennials in warmer regions).
See our CEO’s interview with him here:
Kyminasi increases yield by 70% by weight
Date: Spring 2015
Place: Pepper King Farms, Bajo Boquete, Panama.
Details: Pepper King Farms is a farm in Panama
that grows several varieties of bell peppers,
onions and other vegetables in greenhouses.
Pepper King had been growing in greenhouses
on the farm since 2011. They are the largest
pepper farm in Panama.
The owner installed the Kyminasi Plant Booster
devices in one of his greenhouses and
compared the results of that greenhouse to his other greenhouses.
Kyminasi greenhouse produced 70% more peppers by weight versus the control greenhouses. The peppers averaged about 20%-30% larger than control specimens. The added weight resulted from thicker skin membrane.
An additional test was done on the fruit to measure the difference in shelf life of the peppers. Similar specimens were placed on a shelf and allowed to decompose over 30 days. The Control peppers decomposed at the normal rate. The Kyminasi peppers decomposed at a rate 10-14 days slower than the control peppers, indicating a better shelf life and overall better quality than the control fruit.
A disease infested his greenhouses toward the end of the season and all control plants died within one week of exposure. The Kyminasi Plants showed more resiliency, living for an additional three weeks before finally succumbing to the disease. The owner Ariel Flores remarked that he had never seen plants fight off such a virulent attack before.