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Cal Safe Soil Featured on NPR Monterey Bay
Dan Morash discussed the Thrive Accelerator program and California Safe Soil's solution to food waste on NPR for the Monterey Bay Area and what it is providing for supermarkets and growers. Cal Safe Soil is one of 10 startups selected for the Thrive Accelerator program, and if selected, the Thri..
West Sac agtech company turns organic trash into fertile treasure. Daniel Morash doesn’t like to see bad food go to waste. In 2012, Morash and his brother, Dave, spent millions to launch California Safe Soil with one goal in mind: convert leftover organic material from supermarkets int..
CSS Chosen as Finalist for Thrive Accelerator
California Safe Soil has been chosen as one of the 10 finalists of the Thrive Accelerator program from Silicon Valley Group and Forbes Magazine. The program works with the world's leading agriculture companies and Silicon Valley tech companies to make farming “smart.” The Thrive Acce..
California Safe Soil is proud to announce Patagonia Works as a new investor within their 20 Million and Change program which helps companies that have the same environmentally friendly values that Patagonia holds. Patagonia Works does one thing—use “business to help solve environment..
2013 - 2014 Almond Trials
Application of H2H had a statistically significant impact on soil organic matter. Soil organic matter increased over 100% in this 1,230 acre Almond Orchard Field Trial.
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Fall 2013 Strawberry Trials
Strawberry Trials in fall of 2013 duplicated spring 2013 results for tray production using comparable methods and different fields and nursery systems. There was significant increase in tray production over the fall growing season.
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Spring 2013 Strawberry Trials
Strawberry Trials in spring of 2013 compared Grower standard strawberry plants to H2H™ and H2H™/Grower's Standard 50:50 showed significant tray production increase per acre over the growing season for two different levels of H2H amendment.
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We are very proud to have been recognized on March 18th by Imagine H2O as winner of their “Growth-Stage” competition category. This competition identifies and rewards firms that offer entrepreneurial solutions to water challenges. Click here (http://finance.yahoo.com/news/imagine-h2o..
CSS Proprietary Technology
The patent pending CSS aerobic, enzymatic digestion technology is uniquely different from existing organic composting techniques and alternative digestive processes. First, CSS’s digestive process is 720 times more efficient than composting which typically takes 3 months to complete. By no..
Fertilizer From Food: H2H™
We make fertilizer—Harvest-to-Harvest™, or H2H™—from food. Not the old way, through composting—the new way, through digestion with enzymes, in a scientifically controlled environment. Composting takes 3 months. Digestion takes only 3 hours, so we are 720 times more ..