Nanotechnology in Agriculture

Fundamentals of Nano Agriculture

When we use the natural building blocks of biology, we return to the fundamentals of the soil, which allows a natural balance to occur.  When we apply "The Nano-Ag Answer" treatment to the soil, we return the soil’s ability to restore and replenish minerals and nutrients. Humic and fulvic acids and clay minerals play a very important role in the balanced development of plant life because this combination provides bonding, weathering, etching, dissolving and desorbing. These processes transform rock-forming minerals into functional plant food. 

We are partnered with the founder of this Nano-Ag Answer treatment, the Environmental Care & Share program of Dr. William Jackson. Their Mission: "Our mission is to do our best to help remove hazardous and toxic substances from the human food chain in an effort to promote wellness for all living things. 

We are also directly mentored by the Elements4Change group, which promotes rural and urban development of agriculture, and purification of drinking water. 

NASA Ames Research Center provides review and validation of our experimental design, and data collection processes.
A World Bridge™ Partners include: Environmental Care & Share, NASA Ames Research Center, Elements4Change, U.S. Coast Guard, Kodiak Parks & Recreation

Nano Agriculture Project

The Nano-Ag treatment is a high energy, all organic nutrient source that furnishes immediate energy to microbial life so they can go about their jobs of cleaning up waste, creating compost and producing topsoil. This treatment provides a quick energy source as well as a sustainable energy source for indigenous, beneficial soil microbial life.

It is a biologically active, water soluble, low pH, and low-molecular-weight component of the humic material in the organic matter of soil, peat, leonardite & coal containing colloidal trace minerals. It is a natural electrolyte as well as a plant growth regulator.

Goals for the project, and measurable outcomes:

- Enhances availability of soil nutrients for plants.
- Chelates or binds soil chemicals that cause plant toxicity.
- Reduces soil erosion.
- Increases soil water holding capacity.
- Maximizes plant growth & yields.
- Assists with seed germination and root development.
- Decreases the amount of water required/unit of production due to a special chemical affinity for balance.
- Aids in plant & root disease resistance.

Project Activities

The Kodiak High School - World Bridge Nanotechnology in Agriculture team intends to perform an environmental analysis for the Bear Valley Country Club, by first mapping the area with high-definition mapping UAV’s (drones), performing ongoing soil analysis, and applying NanoAg treatments in both experimental and control procedures.

All project activities and data will be provided to the golf course supervisor. Additionally, the team is now treating various damaged areas for the Kodiak Parks & Recreation.

NanoAg Experimental Data, Presentation and Report