IONE, CA– (July 2017) – Purebase Corporation (OTCQB: PUBC), announces that California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has issued a Notice of Certification to Purebase for the organic certification of Purebase Soil Advantage within the State of California.
Purebase Soil Advantage, is a proprietary blend of organic acids, organic matter, silicon dioxide, sulfur, iron, and several other micro nutrients designed to promote soil health and to provide plant nutrition. Processed into a granular material, Purebase Soil Advantage can be incorporated into all soil profiles and textures for most row crops, orchards, vineyards, and grains using organic and conventional farming technologies. Purebase Soil Advantage is a blend of organic minerals are derived from multiple Purebase owned and operated mining facilities in Nevada and California. This natural blend is a critical element of the Purebase Soil Remineralization Program that focuses on improving organic and conventional crop yields for desert, coastal, high plains, and tropical regions. With access to over 12.2 Million* acres (civileats.com) in California and a suggested annual application of 500-1000 pounds per acre, the suggested potential demand for Purebase Soil Advantage could approach 300,000 tons per year.
About Purebase (OTCQB: PUBC)
Purebase is a diversified, natural and industrial mineral resource company that acquires, develops, and commercializes industrial and natural mineral deposits to provide soil amendment solutions to the agriculture industry, domestically and internationally.
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