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BHN-Newsletter_2017-1QTR

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BHN and Mesa Verde Resources Form Strategic Alliance Field Report: Huma Gro® on Strawberries .................. 2 Lab Report: Promax ® on Strawberry Pathogens ...............3 2017 Huma Gro ® Catalog in English and Spanish ......... 3 New on the BHN Hub ................................................ 3 2017 Huma Gro® Turf Product Catalog Released ......... 4 Huma Gro® Turf Special Turf Programs ....................... 4 Reducing Sludge Using Bio Energizer® .......................... 5 Microplex™ DN Added to Probiotic Solutions® Microbial Line ......................................................... 5 Huma Gro® Groups Added to WhatsApp ....................................6 Huma Gro® WhatsApp Videos from Colombia ............................6 Upcoming Trade Shows ............................................. 6 BHN Social Media Channels....................................... 6 A Quarterly Publication by BIO HUMA NETICS, Inc. Bio Huma Netics, Inc. (BHN) has recently formed an alliance with Reid Enterprises LLC, which does business as Mesa Verde Resources in New Mexico. Mesa Verde Resources is a humic substance mining company that produces, manufactures, and sells humic-acid and fulvic-acid products. Other than access to a greater range of products, customers from the two companies should see little change in day-to-day operations. There will be no immediate change in personnel at either company, and the two companies will continue to operate sepa- rately under separate names for the immediate future. This alliance is expected to facilitate a synergistic relationship between the BHN lines of agriculture, turf, and wastewater/soil remediation products and the Mesa Verde Resources line of humic and fulvic acid products for both domestic and international markets. While BHN has previously focused on a sub-fraction of humic substances to create its proprietary Micro Carbon Technology® used as a base for all its liquid products, the combined company will now offer its customers an even greater selection of both dry and liquid products that includes MVR's various humic and fulvic acid products. Bio Huma Netics has averaged over 20% growth per year over the last 10 years. With the Mesa Verde alliance, combined company sales are expected to increase by 30% in 2017. About Mesa Verde Resources: Mesa Verde Resources (MVR) mines and manufactures high-quality New Mexico humates, with humic and fulvic acid products including granular products, pow- ders for solution and suspension, and liquid humic and fulvic acids. MVR humates—mined from the Fruitland Formation of the San Juan Basin in Northwest New Mexico since 1975—are used extensively to increase crop quality and production and to improve and replenish depleted soils. Learn more at www.humates.com. BHN History Video Now Available 1 Q ST 2017 Table of Contents This short video narrated by Lyndon Smith, current President/CEO of BHN and son of founder Dr. Jordan Smith, tracks the history of BHN from its founding as Sunburst Mining Company in 1973 to the present. The founders developed a proprietary process to ex- tract organic acids, valuable minerals, and other organic components from a unique oxidized humate from a company-owned mine in Idaho. This extract contains the base of Micro Carbon Technology® that is the foundational ingredient used in almost all of the more than 70 products produced by BHN. In This Issue . . . We love to hear stories from the people who use our products, and a number of those stories are included in this issue of The Solution. We begin with a report from Holden Research and Consulting on how use of certain Huma Gro® products on strawberries led to an ROI of over $3,400/acre. Amazing! Equally amazing is a report from Plant Sciences showing how effective Promax® is at controlling 8 strawberry pathogens. It seems that Huma Gro® and strawberries have an affinity for each other. On the back page we share some videos out of Colombia, South America, from postings to the Huma Gro® groups on WhatsApp. Any story that involves a mule has got to be interesting, and the video showing hand foliar application of Breakout® on rice from San Jacinto del Cauca does not disappoint. Since such a large percentage of our customers are from Spanish-speaking countries, we have launched a Spanish version of our Huma Gro® blog at https://humagro.com/ category/espanol/. We hope to use this blog to bring even more people into the Huma Gro® conversation.

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