Source: AgriSolar Solutions from Marketwire.com


AgriSolar Solutions, Inc. recently announced results of effectiveness studies for the company's solar insect killing technology used in particular in-field crop environments. The tests were completed in China, but formal tests of the company's solar technology are expected to begin in the United States during September.


The first test, which related to a rice crop, was conducted by the Chinese government organization, Plant Protection Station of Hubei Province, a governmental organization responsible for monitoring all commercial agriculture; forestry and natural resource vegetation. The second test, which related to an apple crop, was conducted by the Plant Protection Station of Shan'xi Province.


Both test results generally substantiate past tests results conducted during the previous two years by major universities and private organizations in China and South America, according to AgriSolar Solutions spokespersons.


The test on an apple orchard in Shan'xi Province, which was conducted during a 30 day period, concluded that the density of harmful insects diminished by approximately 85 percent as a result of use of the company's solar insect killing technology. The test on a rice crop in Hubei Province, which was conducted over a 90-day period, concluded that the need for chemical insecticides was reduced by 60 percent to 70 percent as a result of use of the company's solar insect killing technology. Results are posted on the www.agrisolarsoultions.com Web site.

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