How We Do
SUGARISMWAY™ TAILORING SOLUTIONS TO PLANT AND MANAGE CROPS
Producing quality crops is about management of nutrition, pest and disease control.
The scenarios found in every farm, between soil health, pressure of pests and diseases and previous actions and products used makes every farm different in the term of their need.
Why what we do is different:
Sugarism understands the different needs of every farm and develops tailored solutions so the products will work together, supporting and raising each other results. The biosphere of the soil will be repopulated with the most updated biotechnology, putting down the need of fertilizer, nourishing and protecting your crops from pests and diseases, taking advantage of organic and biodynamic techniques.
Sugarism elevates the value of the land by making the soil healthier with more minerals and microbiology. Healthier soils grow sustainable and healthier plants.
Applying the principle that farms face different pest and disease pressure and their soil have different quantity of nutrient depending on past application of minerals the most cost efficient way to manage your crops is through solutions tailored for each case. Your case.
Tailoring the solution for the specific need of each grower, Sugarism saves money and grow crop' yield by selecting the proper amount of proper microbiology strain, nutrition and crop pest and disease protection, neither more nor less, reducing the need of fertilizer by elevating crops ability on absorbing it.
HANDS ON 6 STEPS TO A PROCESSING PLANT
SUGARISM WILL NOT ADVISE YOU on your needs to establish your processing plant. SUGARISM WILL WORK WITH YOU DELIVERING AND MANAGING YOUR TURN-KEY FACTORIES.
Sugarism developed a very objective approach for the development of crop processing plants, whether for the production of pulp, juices, smoothies or even seed oils.
Based on 6 HANDS ON STEPS we can help you define the kind of plant you need, develop the financial analyses of the business and quote your dream plant in 2 month depending on its complexity.
1- Overall Definition: prime material (a vegetable, a fruit ...), production volume, final products and by products, geographic area;
2- Economic Evaluation: costs, expenses, equipment quotes, prices, taxes, local industrial laws, license and permits procedures;
3- Financial Studies: Development of the financial study
4- Engineering: Drawings for civil engineering, environmental studies and others needed
5- Construction Site: Contractor selection, construction site supervision
6- Turn Key Delivery: Plant start-up, crew training and production supervision