EcoAgra & EcoSolv, Show Great Results On Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Study In Bangladesh
07/09/2020

CEO of CiTC, distributor of EcoAgra and EcoSolv, Mr. Eddy Sobczewski cannot be more proud of the positive results from the study conducted in Bangladesh.

Online PR News – 09-July-2020 – Sydney, Australia – In a study conducted at the oldest agricultural institute in South Asia, Sher-e-Bangla agricultural university, EcoAgra & EcoSolv were used to enhance the growth of strawberries, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, and potatoes.

CEO of CiTC, distributor of EcoAgra and EcoSolv, Mr. Eddy Sobczewski cannot be more proud of the positive results from the study conducted in Bangladesh.

“I am beside myself with pride and excitement because we are finally getting the recognition we deserve. I believe in our products and we are excited to share it with the rest of the agricultural community, worldwide.”

EcoSolv was used in the production of tomatoes which had a result of a 28.57% increase in yield. EcoAgra was used to enhance the harvest of strawberries, resulting in 26% more yield, the yield of cherry tomatoes increased to 45% and for potatoes, it was 55%.

“CITC organic products getting amazing results like the world has never seen before.”

Mr. Sobczewski believes that EcoAgra and EcoSolv will make a great impact on sustainable agriculture.

“We are going to make world history - keep the faith! we should be there by the end of the year. People can no longer ignore us. It’s too Big. Even the top professor who spearheaded the study joined the team to help spread the word about EcoAgra and EcoSolv”

Meanwhile, Mr. Sobczewski says that when EcoAgra And EcoSolv are used together, results are expected to go off the charts. He also adds that with EcoSolv, producers can save up to 25% less water while having a minimum of 8% increase in food production.