Cultivation Comparison

Points to note
We do not take agricultural technology into consideration and only disclose comparative results from amateur cultivation, so we cannot respond to your inquiries or requests for detailed data from a professional agricultural technology perspective.

Also, we cannot guarantee the difference in growth, as the growth condition varies depending on the installation environment, weather conditions, soil, fertilizer and care used.

However, the results of the comparison clearly show that it is overwhelmingly more efficient to utilize "the power of nature" rather than "the pursuit and evolution of artificial technology", which is a very simple thing.

Many in the agricultural community argue that the effectiveness of existing agricultural technology standards should be proven first by numerical data and scientific analysis.

This system is based on the effective use of the "mysterious power of nature", which has not been solved by existing agricultural technology as well as the most advanced science and technology, and its purpose is to promote the evolution of this power for industrial development.
*These are the result of cultivation on the roof of a three-story building in Tokyo, Japan.

April-June 2017.

Cucumber

  • 4/16/2017 [Seed planting]

  • 4/24/2017

  • 5/6/2017

  • 5/11/2017

  • 5/14/2017

  • 5/22/2017
Potato

  • 4/17/2017 [Seed planting]

  • 5/2/2017

  • 5/8/2017

  • 5/11/2017

  • 5/14/2017

  • 5/22/2017
Corn

  • 4/17/2017 [Seed planting]

  • 5/2/2017

  • 5/8/2017

  • 5/11/2017

  • 5/24/2017

  • 6/7/2017
Pumpkin

  • 4/17/2017 [Seed planting]

  • 4/23/2017

  • 5/2/2017

  • 5/9/2017

  • 5/14/2017

  • 6/7/2017
Zucchini

  • 5/14/2017 [Seed planting]

  • 5/22/2017

  • 5/28/2017

  • 6/2/2017

  • 6/7/2017

  • 6/7/2017

2017年4月~6月

April-June 2018.

Small tomatoes
Cultivation conditions:rooftop of a 3-story building in Tokyo; SoBiC uses 2017/2018 models.
Soil:Equal amounts of SoBiC culture soil or ordinary open soil.
Water:The potted plants were watered every day and SoBiC was replenished about once every two weeks.
Fertilizer:A small amount of liquid fertilizer is added to the medium every two weeks or so in equal amounts to both.

  • 2/20/2018

  • 3/1/2018

  • 3/12/2018

  • 3/20/2018

  • 3/28/2018
    The difference in growth is more pronounced.

  • 4/1/2018
    Weeds have grown on potted plants in open soil.

  • 4/10/2018
    SoBiC:It's starting to flower quite a bit.z

  • 4/20/2018
    SoBiC:Each one has at least 30 flowers.
    The potted plant:A couple of flowers start to appear.

  • 2/20/2018

  • 3/1/2018

  • 3/12/2018

  • 3/20/2018

  • 3/28/2018
    The difference in growth is more pronounced.

  • 4/1/2018
    Weeds have grown on potted plants in open soil.

  • 4/10/2018
    SoBiC:It's starting to flower quite a bit.z

  • 4/20/2018
    SoBiC:Each one has at least 30 flowers.
    The potted plant:A couple of flowers start to appear.

5/20/2018
SoBiC:We harvested over 30 tomatoes.
The potted plants[Regular open soil]:We have some on, but we haven't been able to harvest them.

Watermelon
Cultivation conditions:rooftop of a 3-story building in Tokyo; SoBiC uses 2017/2018 models.
Soil:Equal amounts of SoBiC culture soil or ordinary open soil.
Water:The potted plants were watered every day and SoBiC was replenished about once every two weeks.
Fertilizer:A small amount of liquid fertilizer is added to the medium every two weeks or so in equal amounts to both.

  • 7/4/2017

  • 7/6/2017

  • 7/8/2017

  • 7/10/2017

  • 7/11/2017

  • 7/12/2017
9days later, the difference.
Cone

  • 7/14/2018 [Seed planting]

  • 7/20/2018

  • 7/26/2018
    Thinning out

  • 7/31/2018
    The difference in growth is more pronounced.

  • 8/1/2018

  • 8/10/2018

  • 8/14/2018

  • 8/17/2018
    have a male flower appear

  • 8/25/2018
    SoBiC:Confirm that there are 4 nuts
    The potted plants: Confirm that one nut is attached

  • 8/29/2018

  • 9/7/2018

  • 9/11/2018