Case Studies

Examples of Improvements in Agriculture

In the process of restructuring the soil ecosystem with the CrobeCore™ technology, ancillary positive responses can be expected, such as better crop growth, improved resistance to pests and diseases, and increased yields.

*The time required for CrobeCore™ to reach an environment with a predominance of useful microorganisms depends on the condition of the soil prior to application and weather conditions, and the amount applied.

Improved nectar content and no loss of nectar over the course of the year. Better freshness retention and no wrinkling of the epidermis

Thumb-size harvests were possible even with 2-year-old plants. All shipped products received first-class evaluations from the agricultural cooperative.

Japan Agricultural Cooperatives in Chiba Prefecture reported that it was effective against watermelon homopsis root rot.

Reduction of damage caused by purple mumps disease in apple farmers

The incidence of Pythium and anthracnose were greatly reduced when CrobeCore™ cultures were sprayed on golf courses instead of using fungicides as a remedial measure.

Comparison Experiment

(Left) Organic cultivation (Right) Organic cultivation with CrobeCore™ applied

(Left) Organic cultivation (Right) Organic cultivation with CrobeCore

Zucchini before the comparison experiment.

Zucchini after one month. CrobeCore™ was applied only on the left side.

Example of Environmental Improvement

The internal temperature is always maintained at 50°C or higher to achieve high-speed fermentation and decomposition, and any organic matter can be decomposed and converted into useful microbial material.

Countermeasure for bad odor and dust in pig farms

The system decomposes all odor-causing substances without leaving any residue and generates almost no flies. Dust that used to scatter over several kilometers around the area and cause problems with neighbors has also been greatly reduced. A hygienic working environment is also created for workers.


Conversion of food scraps and other wastes into resources

Cut vegetable residues are completely decomposed and recycled in about 25 days. Organic residues such as sawdust, tea and coffee grounds, and other organic residues containing hard-to-decompose fibers and antimicrobial substances can also be processed without difficulty.