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Page 1 of 5 2 Bio Huma Netics®, Inc. (BHN) held a dedication ceremony to open its new Alpha Synectics™ Laboratory facility during its 2016 World Conference on October 26. To equip this laboratory, BHN has invested in state-of-the-art laboratory tools including an Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP- MS) unit for elemental analysis; a carbon and nitrogen analyzer; and a Fourier Transform Infared Spectroscopy (FT-IR) unit for functional group characterization. BHN President and CEO Lyndon Smith stated, "I'm really excited about the capabilities that this new, fully equipped lab brings to BHN in terms of new product development and enhancements while maintaining ex- cellent quality control over our existing products. The Alpha Synectics™ Laboratory consolidates BHN's role in developing innovative solutions for agriculture, turf, and soil & wastewater remediation." The name "Alpha Synectics" derives from Latin terms "Alpha," for "First," and "Synectics," which means "Problem Solving/Methodology." Alpha Synectics™ Laboratory is located about 1 block from the main BHN head- quarters, at 1240 North Mondel in Gilbert, Arizona. Bio Huma Netics® Opens New Alpha Synectics™ Lab Facility Alpha Synectics™ Lab Staff: (from left [front] to right) Mike Bellefeuille, Laboratory Manager; An- drew Emerson, Project Engineer; Grace Hastings, Formulation Chemist; Dr. Rita Abi-Ghanem, Senior Director of Research and Development; and Dr. Sara Sanders, Analytical Chemist. Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony: (from left) Kevin DeRosa, Gilbert Chamber of Commerce Ambassador; Alan Mer- rill, BHN Exec. VP of Marketing and Technology; Mike Boyd, BHN Exec. VP of Production & Development; Vella Rose Smith, Wife of the BHN Founder; Jared Taylor, Vice Mayor of Gilbert; Lyndon Smith, BHN CEO; Mike Smith, BHN Exec. VP of Finance and Accounting; and Steve Farnsworth, BHN Exec. VP Admin. and General Counsel. The Huma Gro® app for Android smart phones was released during the Bio Huma Netics, Inc. (BHN), 2016 World Conference held October 25–28. The free Huma Gro® app, available on Google Play, provides a foliar ap- plication calculator for determining how much product to apply to specific crops on any size of field based on lab analysis, a continuously updated product docu- ment library, a product mixing guide, and the ability to save product application data and calculations by field. Justin Smith, Executive Vice President of Huma Gro® Sales, said, "The Huma Gro® app will allow growers and distributors to always have the most up-to-date infor- mation on every Huma Gro® product, and it will be very useful in the field to be able to calculate how much product is needed to get the best yields. In addition, the app provides a way for growers and distributors to directly contact the Huma Gro® Sales Team with any questions they may have regarding Huma Gro® prod- ucts and their use." The Huma Gro® liquid crop nutrition and pro- tection line includes 11 Primary Macronutrient products, 16 Secondary Macronutrient and Mi- cronutrient products, 5 Sustainable Soil Fertility products, 8 Optimal Growth Management prod- ucts, 5 Carbon-Rich Organic Acid products, and 2 Zero-Residue Crop Protection products—all with the ultra-efficient, proprietary Micro Car- bon Technology® delivery system that allows growers and crop managers to achieve far more with much less product. Additional information on Huma Gro® products is available at http:// The iOS version of the Huma Gro® app will be available in 2017. Huma Gro® App Released for Android Smart Phones Dr. Sara Sanders demonstrates the ICP-MS (used to analyze nutrient content of products) to BHN 2016 World Conference attendees.

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