BeCrop Case Study: Results from Two Years of Strawberry Carbonic Acid Application

Over the past two years, we've partnered with Biome Makers to study the co-benefits of carbonic acid-treated water on strawberries. This case study highlights the positive changes we've observed.

The Challenge

Traditional pH control methods like sulfuric acid can harm the soil microbiome and disrupt nutrient cycles. These methods also pose safety risks and can degrade soil health over time. Our carbonic acid system offers a safer, natural alternative to these traditional practices.

Our Approach

We worked with Biome Makers to conduct detailed soil analyses using BeCrop and Haney Tests on strawberry fields. Soil samples were collected in March 2022 and August 2023 to evaluate changes in soil health and plant growth.

Key Findings

  1. Improved Carbon Pathways: Increased microbial activity and carbon sequestration, leading to healthier soil.
  2. Enhanced NPK Cycling: More efficient NPK cycling, resulting in better plant growth.


This two-year study shows that carbonic acid-treated irrigation water can significantly improve soil health and crop productivity.

For more details on our technology and its benefits, you can email us through the contact form at the bottom of the website and learn about Biome Makers here.