Awards & Recognition

Awards and Recognition

 

2009 – Popular Science Magazine

In an article entitled “The Future of Farming,” SumaGrow technology was featured as a solution to address the world’s ever-growing food needs.

 

2009 – Forbes.com

SumaGrow was featured in the article “Planting the Seeds for Sustainability.”

 

2011 Illinois Yield Challenge – 1st Place Winner
 
2011 – Popular Science Grand Award Winner in the Green Tech Category

 

2012 Illinois Yield Challenge

SumaGrow was used by the top-producing team and averaged 11.5 bushels more per acre than the country average.

 

2012 – Hemispheres Magazine

In the 2012 “green issue” of the United Airlines inflight magazine, SumaGrow was recognized as an eco-friendly alternative to chemical fertilizers.

 

2013 - INC 500

Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. ranked 2nd on the 2013 Inc. Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest growing private U.S. companies for manufacturing and 77th overall. Additionally, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. (BSEI) was named as the #1 fastest growing company for all categories in the state of Mississippi. BSEI was recognized for its astounding 3-year growth of over 4,000% and revenue of almost $5 million for 2012.

 

2013 – Corn & Soybean Digest

The article “FFA Plots Seek Better Soybeans” mentions the 2012 Illinois Yield Challenge and SumaGrow’s potential long-term benefits on soil.

  

2014 - Mississippi Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting

Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. won the 2014 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the manufacturing category for the state of Mississippi. “A company such as Bio Soil Enhancers is the key to economic growth in both our local communities and abroad.”

 

2014 - INC 500

Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. ranked 2nd on the 2014 Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private U.S. companies for the state of Mississippi and #4 overall for manufacturing. Additionally, Bio Soil Enhancers, Inc. was ranked #297 out of the top 5,000 companies in the United States.

 

2015 - SumaGrow Selected as Google “moonshot”

As one of the four finalists selected by the Google Developer Group (GDG) North Jersey, the microbial technology of SumaGrow was chosen, in part, for its ability to reduce the use of chemical fertilizer, increase the quality and quantity of foods, recover unusable land and protect water resources.