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The following testimonials were conveyed to us by GroPal customers (who purchased the product under the name Ocean Trace), and may not be typical of the results you will see. Results may vary according to climate, fertility of the ground, and weather. GroPal requires some moisture in the soil to work properly. It is best to wait until you have some moisture in the soil before applying it.
Since GroPal Balance contains a substantial amount of GroPal, it has the potential to accomplish what you will read about below.
GroPal Balance A contains a lot of Soil Balance and is designed to help to keep GroPal from getting tied up in soil applications. It also helps to bring true balance to the soil, resulting in superior growth and nutrient density.
GroPal Balance C contains some Soil Balance, which helps GroPal to be absorbed more efficiently the plant.
Pie Cherries in Stanfield, OR
Just picked their pie cherries, his wife said they were the largest, best tasting pie cherries they have ever gotten off the tree. Put on apples and pears, had tremendous set.
Collard Greens in Pacolet, SC
I have never grown such beautiful collards as I grew this year by adding in some GroPal.
Hay in Whitesboro, TX
I sprayed 4 1/2 acres for my hay guy. Best he ever got off the field was 8 bales JD 5 x 6'. He cut it just before Memorial day and got 4 bales because of drought. I sprayed it on Memorial day with the mix of GroPal 1 gal in 100 gal. tank mix, 1 gal liquid humate in same 100 gal, plus some spray from my friend that has improved Rudolph Steiner's biodynamics. When Mike baled it he got 10 rolls off the 4 acres and he said the grass did not "taste bitter" as it had a sweet taste. Normally that old doesn't taste good to people or cows.
Hay in Highland, WI
GroPal improved the brix reading on my son-in-law’s alfalfa field from 8 to 12. Now that’s more nutritious hay!
Newly Bearing Apple Trees in WA
Put on an application of GroPal, the color changed from a light, sickly green to a darker, healthy green within 3 days.
Another section of his apple trees are just starting to bear. Last year these trees didn’t look good, this spring they looked lousy. They applied fish fertilizer and GroPal. Almost immediately they saw a huge change in the leaves, he said now they’re the best looking new trees he’s ever seen.
He is convinced that GroPal was taking the mildew out. Where they didn’t spray, the mildew was definitely worse. Also, he didn’t have to spray for Aphids, even on the young trees, this year.
Pasture in Soldiers Grove, WI
Fescue is normally not palatable to his cows during the summer months, they eat it in the spring, or wait till it freezes to eat it. Since I sprayed with GroPal, they are eating it pretty close down.
On a knoll with birds foot grass and blue grass that he treated, the cows shaved it right down.
On a field of fescue, blue grass, clover, and alfalfa, I put calcium on half the field, and two treatments of 3/8 gal. GroPal on the other half. The half with the GroPal is now double thickness.
Walnut trees, Chattanooga, TN
As you know, we selectively sprayed about 1/3rd of my walnut trees in July. We have had a SEVERE drought this year (21” short). The leaf drop (which normally occurs the end of Aug. to the 10th of Sept.) is significantly less in sprayed trees. In fact, the sprayed trees were still bright and green as compared with unsprayed trees. We plan to spray all 3,000 trees in the coming May (as soon as they are fully leafed out). I am pleased with the results – at least so far.
Lettuce, flowers in Rocky Ridge, UT
The shelf life of lettuce doubled or tripled. 2 weeks old, still crisp. Customers noticed the increase in flavor. Also, even through a hot spell, his lettuce tasted great! Extremely pleased w/ the large number of blossoms on flowers.
Hay in Idabel, OK
“My neighbors who buy my hay say their horses will certainly eat the hay I sell them first; they just gobble it up.”
Tomatoes in Oberlin, KS
Applied GroPal to tomato plants. They grew like gangbusters with large, dark, glossy green leaves.
Garden in Highland, WI
Mixed GroPal 15 to 1 for soil application, did 40 to 1 for foliar application. Used in garden, plants seemed to be more vigorous, really took off, outgrew the control plants. Rhubarb is really good, not nearly as sour, didn’t have to use as much sugar when they cooked it up.
Radishes, without GroPal , bitter, but treated radishes were not, and were almost sweet. A number of people commented on the difference in taste. His onions weren’t as strong, and were sweeter. The lettuce is mild tasting, and is holding up better as it gets more mature. It’s not getting bitter as it gets hot out, but is staying a better quality.
Alfalfa in Taylor, NE
My alfalfa treated with 1/10th gal./acre of GroPal yielded the best of my alfalfa by far. I think my cows are in better shape, too.
Potatoes, Green Beans, Soy Beans in Liberal, MO
Potatoes did really well, and lasted a lot longer in my cellar.
Green beans (sprayed once with 1/10th gal., beans didn’t want to quit yielding, I normally has to spray 3 or 4 times w/ insecticide, but now have almost no insect pressure.
Soy beans, added GroPal to roundup applications. I got 80 to 90 bushel where I put on 2/10th gal. with my roundup application. The field averaged 63 bushel. These were some of the best beans around, but the beans with the GroPal applications were outstanding. Sprayed on at pod set.
Pasture in Brookesmith, TX
I fertilized 1/2 of a 25A Coastal Bermuda hay pasture in late June. My fertilizer application per Acre was 1/2 Gal GroPal, 1 Gal fish fertilizer and 1/2 Gal 10% Calcium +. The average of the Brix readings on the fertilized area averaged 9.6. The Brix readings of the non-fertilized area averaged 6.9, an improvement of 39%.
Apple Cider in Soldiers Grove, WI
I used GroPal on my apple orchard this year, and my apple cider has never tasted this good. People are raving about it, and paying me top dollar. I can’t keep up with the demand.
Dry edible beans, sugar beets in Wiggins, CO
I was afraid that GroPal might be snake oil, so I tried misting it undiluted on a few bean plants. To my surprise, the leaves turned about 3 shades darker green. My sugar beets made an incredible 12 ton this year, and I believe that GroPal helped to make that possible.
Peanuts, cotton and corn in Dawson, GA
I have used GroPal for 2 years now. I only put out 4 to 6 ounces per acre, but I believe it is making a difference.
Fruit and Vegetables in Taylors, SC
2006: Sprayed ½ gal. once or 1/3rd gal. GroPal twice as a foliar application. In just 3 ½ weeks, sweet corn has put on one or two extra ears, Green beans have put on extra blooms, cantaloupe blooms are larger. Sweet Corn, Green beans, Cantaloupe, Bell Peppers, Tomatoes and Squash are all looking good. 8/24 On cantaloupes, the fruit was a little sweeter, a little smoother looking (quite a bit easier to sell), and a little bigger (better tonnage per acre). Yields on 5 acres bell peppers was exceptional, at least 30% better than any other year, but pepper yields were good for everyone in the area. Neither green beans or squash had any bugs. He was surprised by that. They were cleaner than their convention beans where they used insecticide.
2007: no insects at all this year. Bell peppers were smoother, larger, and yielded almost as well as last year’s record yields. Had a 15% to 20% increase in yields on green beans (pole beans) over the control, and they are more tender. The main difference he sees is “better quality, better looking produce in general”. Applied ½ gal./acre of GroPal in multiple applications, 2 weeks apart.
Wheat in Water Valley, KY
Saw a visible difference between test and control sides of the field. Treated wheat was a more uniform height, with no thin spots. At harvest, it had a more uniform size grain, with no small grains in the head. Yielded 10% to 15% better than control side of field. Applied 1/10th gal./acre after tiller, then 4/10ths gal./acre at boot.
Snap Beans, Okra and Cabbage in Sylvester, GA
The farmer said he had good results. He picked his snap beans 5 times, and they produced exceptionally well. He has never seen this kind of yield before. The okra is really growing and yielding great, and cabbage made a fine head. It was better quality and it yielded better than any cabbage he has ever had.
Cabbage & Tomatoes in Dushore, PA
My cabbage is now 4 wks. old. The treated plants are about 1 ½ “ taller than non-treated, and are a darker green. Non-treated is pail green to medium. Tomatoes, treated is better than 1” taller, leaves a darker green.
Wheat in Montana
In a side by side test performed by an agronomist on commercial hard white wheat, sprayed .4 gal. of GroPal at boot. Treated side yielded 17% better. Nutritional analysis was run. Vitamin content was substantially higher on treated wheat on the 5 vitamins tested.
Collard Greens in Glen St. Mary, FL
On Aug. 22, Aaron said that he has younger collards that are still coming. This is very unusual for this time of year. July 4th is really the longest he’s ever been able to keep collards. This year has been very hot (95 to 98 degree weather), and dry, which is particularly hard on collards. It is hard to keep a collard green with those temperatures, especially in dry, sandy soil. He said the collards are really pretty when they grow back. He thinks the GroPal is helping with the grow back after each cutting. It is the only thing he has used on this new batch, and they are almost ready (on Aug. 22) to be gathered for the second time.
What he is really tickled with is he has no worm problems, which he has had to fight hard against every year. He hasn’t had to spray for them even once. They usually eat him up. He credits this to the fish. We believe he’s right. When you get this level of natural nutrition into the plant, they can better resist disease and insects.
Dryland Organic Winter Wheat in Benton, MT
On the 1/10th gal./acre GroPal application, negligible increase in protein, but test weights were up. On the 2/10 gal./acre application, both protein and test weights were up, plus an increase in yields. But the good news is that where they put 4/10th gal./acre, there was a very noticeable difference
4/10th gal./acre foliar application, applied 1 ½ weeks after boot.
Control: Test weights 60#. GroPal test weights 61.6#.
Control: Protein averaged 11%. GroPal , protein averaged 13.1.
Control: yielded 38 bushel/acre. GroPal , yielded 42 bushel/acre for 2/10th application.
Peas in Senoia, GA
Applied ½ gal. GroPal per acre, mixing the GroPal 1 to 20 with water, and sprayed a light coating on the leaves of his peas. Within a month he started harvesting. He said that he has never seen such large peas.
Squash in Brookesmith, TX
Our dealer writes: This is an actual quote from a 90 year old lady friend from church. We gave her (and others) much squash last year. This year I have used GroPal, mixed 1 to 120 parts water, as a foliar feed (twice) as well as through drip tape (once). This lady had never commented on the taste before. But this year she said, "Let me tell you, those squash are the best squash I have ever ate. I have ate squash all my life and these don't taste like what you get out of the store. They were almost sweet. They were wonderful".
Vegetables. Highland, WI
Tomatoes took the frost really good, had tomatoes till first of Nov., every one else’s were dead. A pair of zucchini that they thought were too big (4”x16”), kept them on back porch for 2 months, still firm, processed them. Also incredible shelf life for rutabagas, turnips, kohlrabi and cabbages. Cucumbers and Eggplant also lasted into November. Everyone who bought their produce commented on how good it tasted.
Lettuce, Beets, Tomatoes. Battle Lake, MN
Incredible lettuce, head that weighed 2 lbs.. People couldn’t believe his beets & tomatoes did so well. Didn’t loose any tomatoes to wilt (usually loses 25% to wilt).
Blueberries. Corvallis, OR
Added 2 oz. GroPal to each of his 23 foliar applications. His blueberries were sweeter, had a longer shelf life, and were of a better quality.
Vegetables, Hogs, Perry, IA
Non-GMO beans responded very well with 1/10th gal. twice, 4 bushel increase to 35 bushel. We got our tomatoes, squash, and cucumbers from the nursery, but forgot to plant them, and they were pretty much dead. But I injected 2 cc GroPal into the water, and watered them with a water structuring machine. The vegetables came back to life, and had the best taste ever, with no insect damage or disease. They actually survived till after the 2nd frost. I am very impressed. Tomatoes were red all the way through. On another farm, soybeans with a 1/10th gal./acre application were a deeper nicer green. The hogs that are drinking the GroPal water look great. They haven’t been sick even with a hard winter.
Vegetables in Delta, OH
Our garden is doing so good, especially our raspberries, plus the wheat grass. It changed the flavor of the broccoli, it is sweeter, and doesn’t have a bitter taste. The cucumbers & cabbages have a more intense flavor.
Sweet Corn, Peppers, Sharpsburg, GA
"I bought GroPal and C4 from you after I had been having problems with our corn and peppers. The corn was turning a pale yellow color and the peppers leaves were curling and some were falling off. The soil we have is not very good right now.
I started spraying the GroPal and C4 as a foliar spray on the corn and peppers. After a few days you could see the leaves on the peppers starting to flatten out. After a week, the color was coming back to the corn and the peppers started to get new growth. To this point, both crops are doing much better, looking very hardy and vigorous. I'm really impressed with both products and now have started spraying it on everything.
Fruit Trees in Sarasota County, FL
On July 3, sprayed test trees with 8 oz./acre GroPal. Again on July 18, sprayed the test trees with 3 oz./acre GroPal, mixed in 2.33 gal. of water per tree. Before spraying them, the trees looked sickly, the leaves were spotted, and the coloration was light green and uneven.
Navel orange tree. After 1 week, trees have leaf liquid drops on them, leaf color is a little better. Second week trees have a better color then control tree. Fruit also seems to have a darker green shade of color.
There is progress in the health aspects of the tree: the change of the chlorophyll color in the leaf, the leaves have become a uniform color. Leaf drop has stopped on the trees that he treated.
8/23 The coloration of the leaves is continuing to appear healthier than the control, there are not as many fruit drops, and the oranges are definitely larger.
Leachee tree. Noticed that fruit colored up quicker, the tree got a new batch of leaves, and they moved out of the petrole block quicker (became full quicker). He feels that it must be satisfying the nutrients that the tree didn’t have before.
A Minniola tree had green fungus on the bark of the tree. He sprayed it but hasn’t seen any reaction yet. But where there was overspray on a branch, the tree seemed to force some new leaves, enhancing the tree’s leafiness.
On one control tree. Sprayed half of tree on one limb, that one limb has picked up the spray and became healthy again. Then it seemed to be trying to transfer some of the nutrients to other side of tree.
Molincia orange control tree, conditions of spotted leaves, a non-uniform lighter green color, on newer leaves the coloration varies, and the tree is experiencing some leaf drop.
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