BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. Announces Selection to TSXV Top 50 for 2017
February 22, 2018 (Source) — BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. (“BlueOcean” or the “Company“) (TSX VENTURE:BOC) is pleased to announce it was selected by the TSX as one of the TSXV’s top 50 companies for 2017 due to its rising stock price and share trading volume.
A TSX video was made to honor the Company’s selection that provides more insight into its 2018 dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) foliar spray prospects for faster plant growth. It can be found under Investors – Investor Materials at www.blueoceannutra.ca as well as an updated February 2018 Corporate Presentation and Business Plan ex-forecasts.
According to John Archibald, CEO, “We are encouraged that with minimal company exposure in 2017, the stock market began to appreciate our dissolved patented CO2 technology potential for enhancing value plant growth, naturally.”
About BlueOcean (TSX VENTURE:BOC)
BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. is a Canadian publicly-listed company (TSX VENTURE:BOC).
The Company’s mission is to accelerate all value plant growth naturally, safely, and economically using its patented advanced CO2technologies.
The Company’s sole focus is working with its plant grower partners and agri-industrial partners in proving and adopting its CO2 technologies for specific growers’ plant yield needs.
The CO2 technologies work by transferring CO2 gas into water and foliar spraying for use across the entire plant leaf surface area, which is a semi permeable membrane. The dissolved concentrated CO2 then penetrates leaf’s surface area naturally like concentrated nicotine dissolves through human skin into the bloodstream from a nicotine patch.
Foliar spraying natural nutrients and chemicals on plant leaves has been used for over 60 years by millions of indoor and outdoor plant growers. To date, outdoor growers have not had any way to enhance plant CO2 gas uptake for faster growth.
The indoor method of CO2 gassing to enhance plant yields has also been used for over 60 years. However, over 50% of the CO2 gas is typically lost and becomes a greenhouse gas. Current greenhouse CO2 gassing levels used are not ideal for worker health and safety.
The Company’s safer CO2 technologies can be used by both greenhouse and outdoor plant growers with minimal CO2 gas lost when CO2 is applied by foliar spray.
Target markets for CO2 foliar spray are the global retail food market at $8 trillion per year (Plunkett Mar 28 2017), the global retail non-food plant market at an estimated $1 trillion per year of which $770 billion/y is tobacco (British American Tobacco website) and the high value legal retail cannabis market that may be $50 billion per year by 2022 (Bay St Analyst estimates).
The Company’s CO2 technologies are commercially proven, scalable and easily adopted into existing irrigation systems. The economic revenue model is compelling to its grower and agri-industrial partners.
This news release may contain forward-looking statements that are based on BlueOcean’s expectations, estimates and projections regarding its business and the economic environment in which it operates. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties that are difficult to control or predict. Therefore, actual outcomes and results may differ materially from those expressed in these forward-looking statements and readers should not place undue reliance on such statements. Statements speak only as of the date on which they are made, and the Company undertakes no obligation to update them publicly to reflect new information or the occurrence of future events or circumstances, unless otherwise required to do so by law.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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