1- Harvard University, USA

The University’s relevant department is conducting a research on RezFree®’s residue cleaning effect on a commonly applied herbicide, Roundup® and its active substance, Glyphosate.

2- University of Maribor, Slovenia

University conducted a research on commonly applied pesticides on onion plant and the experiments are done in open field. The area is important since the soil is very fertile and rich in organic content whereas the temperature is very high in this area where soil is affected by the Alpine climate. Therefore, it is a total challenge for RezFree® which works best under warmer ambient conditions and performs extra in curing marginal soil structures.


He concentrated his trials on the soil improvement features of RezFree® and after his trials he reported the results as “fantastic” in his language (Hebrew).

He also conducted trials to discover pesticide removing effect of RezFree® only to find that RezFree® can rapidly break up the chemical compounds in the soil. Below is a summary of his findings.

Mr. Moshe Epelbaum

Agronomist, Israel


1-RezFree® removes pesticide residues from the soil and the plants:
Fennels, tomato, onion, celery, orange, dried grapes
Italy, Turkey, Israel
2- RezFree® reduces salt load in the soil:
Turkey, Israel, Portugal and Mexico
3- RezFree® increases the resilience against diseases
Anthracnose, nematode
Turkey, Italy, Portugal
4- RezFree® increases the yield and provides early growth
Turkey, Israel, Portugal, Panama, Mexico
5- RezFree® improves soil structure
PH increase in acidic soil, nitrate decline
Israel, Turkey, Mexico, Portugal


According to his findings, he concluded that RezFree® is indeed effective in removing and reducing pesticide residues rapidly and may be a quick solution to this serious problem.

The area where Dr. Fiorenza is interested has an interesting business potential for RezFree® as the soil and plants are usually suffering from pesticide residue problem and salinity. Main area he controls grows fresh/green leafy vegetables such as fennels, lettuce, rucola, parsley, etc. and the products are valued according to their residue content.

Dr.Sergio Fiorenza

Agr. Engineer, Italy

3- University of Napples, Frederico II, Italy

The research was launched to investigate the effect of RezFree® on human stomach cells. The findings of the study will be used to cover any claim on toxicity and will be used during filing under REACH legislation.   The study will evaluate the risks of using RezFree®, if any, and will search any negative impact on human life.

4- International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), Dubai, UAE

The research focuses on three points:

– Investigating RezFree®’s efficiency in horticulture by using it on a common vegetable such as cucumber

– Investigating its salinity curing effect by growing a saline intolerant crop such as maize; and

– Investigating means to use RezFree® for seawater irrigation (a new idea in agriculture) by using Palm trees


Farmers are asking me which fertilizer to use, and I always recommend  RezFree.

Kemal Kestioglu

President of the Chamber of Agriculture of Camlihemsin/Turkey


“I harvested the lettuce from the RezFree®-treated area two weeks earlier. The difference on tomato was also enormous since the area treated with RezFree® had already fruit sets while the control area was still struggling to blossom”. He also reported that all tomato plants in control area were suffering from some fungal infection.

Agostinho José M. de P. Serranito

Director&Owner of AJS FARM/ Portugal


Mexico is one of the most problematic regions in the world with the highest salt load. This salinity problem causes significant crop losses and we believe that being a rapid and effective cure against this problem, RezFree® reverses the land and crop losses.

After observing a remarkable difference in germination and growth on the RezFree®-treated side, the grower also calculated the harvest from the control and treated area in onion production and the result was 47% increase in weight in the RezFree® treated area.

Mr. Hector Maymes Candolfi

Mexican grower and specialized in bean production

The effectiveness of RezFree® on the Anthracnose disease was investigated.

According to the findings, 10 DAYS AFTER the application, it was observed that the effects of the disease had decreased and that resistance had been gained.

The plants had start to shoot again and an obvious increase was observed in the fruit set of the plants.

In addition, when the root structure of the plants was examined, it was observed that the plants on the area applied with RezFree® had significant improvements in terms of root structure and stem size.

Ikizce Research and Implementation Station

Central Research Institute for Field Crops


 Company recently reported 63% increase in yield in the first harvest of cucumber compared to the control group.

German Chacin

Director, Universal Nanotechnology, Panama S.A.


For the last two years, he has been using RezFree® for cucumber, squash, water melon, eggplant and table grapes and he observed significant improvements such as early growth, better yield and quality harvest. He reported that he especially used manure from poultry with RezFree®.

Aydin Akagunduz

Farmer in Aydin Aegean Region


According to the dealer, farmers report resilience against abiotic stress conditions such as harsh and undesirable weather. First trials on cotton showed significant growth differences and now the harvesting is waited to count the yield and the quality of the yield.

Hasan Yilmaztekin

Agr. Engineer, RezFree® Sanliurfa Distributor