I have gotten a number of inquiries as to the processes we use to develop the GenNext Complete products.
The total number of processes required to produce a single High Energy KEY composted natural enzyme, hormone, protein, amine, or other complex organic critically required compound will depend upon the final product; however, the range is from 150 to over 500 different processes or phases as stated below.
1.If this phase was to be a total liquid, then: Each of every 400 different required base single source microorganisms must be placed into a liquid beaker. The specialized microorganism is placed into a beaker that contains all of the life supporting ingredients (required to start, sustain and encourage growth and multiplication of the single microbe).
2.The beaker with the microbe and its life supporting ingredients are placed into a growth chamber (an oven-type of unit that can have its temperature adjusted to be warmer or cooler conditions).
3.The growth temperature is adjusted to optimum requirements. Special timing of this operation is set and scheduled precisely followed by the technician.
4.Through a tube connected to the beaker, various quantities of required gases are added to the chamber, some being bubbled into the liquid. Again, the timing and pressure is regulated to meet optimum requirements.
5.After a specified amount of time, temperature and pressure are obtained; certain organic compounds are added, in amounts, in a timed sequence and under certain conditions dictated by nature, as accomplished in nature. After optimum time, heat or cool is administered to make new adjustments per requirement.
6.After certain conditions are met and certain reactions and growths are accomplished (number of live specialized microbes are totaled and when the specific number are reached, then another one or more microbes (grown in the same manner, under their own life supporting requirements), are added to the initial beaker and allowed to grow individually and totally together, often to form combined groups or chains.
7.Special gases, temperatures, and microbiological organics are added to the beaker and allowed to react to produce added individual microbes and/or colonies of microbes.
8.When certain microbial counts are reached as well as specific reactions, then another one or more microorganisms are added to basically supply additional life support ingredients to the targeted and designated microorganisms already growing in the beaker.
9.Again certain required gases, pressures, quantities, temperatures, light and other requirements are adjusted to the benefits and requirements of the combined microbial organisms.
10. When certain quantities of each live and living microbes are reached then another unit, or units of combined living microorganisms (Key Producers of required highly active by-products as well as life supporting microbes that produce by-products, required as energy sources for the living combination of microbes, now contained as a complex group of microorganisms all producing certain required characteristic by-products.
11. Depending upon the liquid concentrate, there can be from 23 to over 350 additional processes required, similar to the ones stated above, but different in many phases depending upon the product being produced.
12. Usually there are required microbial growths that occur only in soil or dry-type of manner. The dry matter is treated with certain compounds (liquid and dry) and microorganisms (some microbes being the ones that supply a KEY ingredient and others that supply food and energy by-products required by the specialized batch of microbes to be produced.
13. These rows of dry organic production matter are turned (usually covered to prevent weed seed and contamination) and allowed to “Heat – up” and decompose the organic plant matter. The combination is mixed several times, then spread out forming rows.
14. These rows are treated with either, or both, liquid and dry materials (and possibly microorganisms) plus life supporting ingredients, mixed and again allowed to digest and decompose.
15. Several specialized piles of matter will be required to be added to the liquid and/or dry materials for each final end product to be produced.
The final product can either be a dry powder or a liquid concentrate. All products are made up of both liquid and dry ingredients as mentioned above.
17. The dry piles, after they have been completely digested, are treated to become liquid and then mixed with the liquid concentrates already produced as mentioned above. The liquid concentrates can either be used as a raw material in the manufacturing process of producing other products or can be used as a diluted spray to be applied to either soils and/or foliage.
18. The liquid concentrates are then dried and mixed with the dry materials to become dry concentrates to be applied directly to other products, in their manufacturing process or directly to the soil and or crops.