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Legalized Cann-a-bis Is Creating a New Market For Non-Toxic Pesticides...and It's Pretty Darn Big

Black Bird Biotech, Inc. (BBBT) has the only Bio-Pesticide product on the market that is Plant-Based, All-Food-Grade, with the ability to be sprayed on all crops through the day of harvest with the same kill ratio, according to its founder Fabian G. Deneault. (3)

Better still, it’s registered with the EPA under the brand name MiteXstreamTM. This all-natural, non-toxic pesticide eradicated mites and other pests in cann-a-bis and many other agricultural crops. It also eliminates molds and mildews.

And with the growing legalization of cann-a-bis worldwide a product like this could have tremendous upside through commercialization.

Black Bird Biotech, Inc. (BBBT) CEO Fabian Deneault featured on the New To The Street show with Jane King on NewsMaxTV. (3)

With more states enacting medicinal and adult recreational cann-a-bis laws each year, health officials have increasingly warned about the potential hazards of products made from crops treated with certain chemicals. (2) 

In fact, chemical pesticides have been identified as a threat to cann-a-bis consumers’ health, with potential risks that can vary depending on whether products are eaten, smoked, vaped, or topically applied. (2)

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Black Bird Biotech, Inc.

US (OTCMRKT: BBBT)

Black Bird Biotech Inc. provides various biotech products. It manufactures and distributes MiteXstream, a plant-based biopesticide for the eradication of spider mites. The company also manufactures and sells CBD Oils, gummies and pet treat, CBD-infused personal care products, and hand sanitizer gel and spray products under the Grizzly Creek Naturals brand name. In addition, it grows industrial hemp under the Montana Hemp pilot program. The company was formerly known as Digital Development Partners, Inc. and changed its name to Black Bird Biotech, Inc. in June 2021. Black Bird Biotech, Inc. is based in Flower Mound, Texas.

5 Practical Reasons Black Bird Biotech, Inc Could Be the Next Penny Stock Success Story:

Black Bird Biotech is an under-the-radar company that has a very small market cap. As of 4/27/2022 the company’s market cap is less than $3 million dollars according to Yahoo Finance. (5) There could be tremendous upside potential found in some of the companies that are this small.

The company has accelerated its planned 2022 sales and marketing efforts that are intended to bring much-needed crop protection to the dynamic cann-a-bis industry, one that is expected to grow to $45 billion by 2025. (4) In March 2022, the company launched the first major initiative in marketing their MiteXstream biopesticide on a national basis, when they entered into a consulting agreement with Spire+, an affiliate of Spire Sports + Entertainment, LLC. Spire Sports + Entertainment, LLC has a long history of building and executing successful sales and marketing programs for brands, and has specific experience in the agricultural industry.

The company’s flagship product MiteXstream™ eradicates mites and similar pests, including spider mites in cann-a-bis and many other agricultural crops and eliminates molds and mildews. The big difference here is that this is a ‘reimagined’ pesticide, and not a poison, as many lesser competitors would be – as such, it can be used right through to the day of harvest without leaving any concerning residue and keeping crops naturally free from any pesticide violations. 6

The company has focused marketing efforts on potential large customers across the agricultural spectrum, including, in addition to large cann-a-bis grows, coffee farms ($20 billion in global sales annually), vineyards ($4.5 billion in U.S. sales annually) and plant and flower farms ($16 billion in U.S. sales annually). (6)

The company is uniquely positioned in a massive and growing market. The Biopesticides market is expected to reach $33 billion according to a recent Allied Market Research report.(7)

Why The Future of the Biopesticide Industry Is So Exciting(8)

As more states recognize the benefits of biopesticides over traditional chemicals, additional use approvals are coming on stream. With these additional uses comes an expanding footprint in the marketplace for the organizations that provide these solutions.(8)

The organic designation is not generally a fit for these businesses. However, there are instances when biopesticides may be helpful in organic farming. The sector’s growth has seen smaller growers benefit from a direct marking approach. Still, the future of this industry is global.(8)

The application of this naturally-derived option could reach more prominent use cases. For example, the USDA notes that soybean, the most traded agricultural crop, has seen a massive application of insecticides by volume. Still, as more growers of strawberries, coffee, grapes, and more consider safer options, biopesticides are on the market’s radar.(8)

Improving crop yields and using a product safe for application through the day of harvest points to significant upside potential. (8)

Harmful Chemicals are No Longer Welcome(8)

Corn follows closely behind soybeans as a crop with high insecticide applications by volume. As a result, there is a growing concern over America’s food being treated with these chemicals.(8)

Neonicotinoids and chlorpyrifos have raised some questions about potential harm. However, agricultural workers do not always determine the chemicals they touch. Biopesticides may introduce a safer kind of protection.(8)

Government entities have taken strides to restrict more toxic insecticides, which may well be a signal. It could be a signal that biopesticides could have further use authorizations.(8)

Knocking out pests and their eggs requires options that are still safe for consumers and farmers. However, the opportunity to use a biopesticide right up to the day of harvest could revolutionize the industry if done correctly.(8)

Reaching New Markets Through Intelligent Distribution Agreements (8)

Black Bird Biotech has introduced a salesforce to reach more prominent distributors. In addition, the current direct market approach nets the company’s relationships with smaller grow shops.(8) 

Add to that list of farmers and growers the company’s recent work with agricultural organizations with large cucumber and eggplant grows. All of these crops feel the impact of spider mites, so when MiteXstream enters the landscape, farmers can potentially save more of their crops and more of their money as a result.(8)

Some Montana, Michigan, and North Dakota shops benefit from this direct approach. The evolution of Black Bird Biotech has stemmed from a strong marketing effort with distribution agreements to expand that reach.(8)

Working with a state agency in Montana opens the door to state universities and a conversation around the potential use of MiteXstream in organic farming.(8)

More and More States are Buying in (8)

Obtaining approval for MiteXstream to be used in organic farming can open opportunities for the company. As more states come on board with approvals, more agricultural sectors can enjoy the benefits of a safe biopesticide.(8)

With pests developing resistance to traditional pesticides, the market has needed a solution that does not put growers at a disadvantage over time. MiteXstream has the potential to remain an effective pest control method.(8)

That dependability may go a long way for farmers in more states who need to save their crops while saving more money. In addition, the pest management tool of choice protects farmers and knocks out pests, molds, and mildew.(8)

With 44 states becoming a part of the list of areas to approve of MiteXstream, Black Bird Biotech’s leadership should be optimistic about what 2022 has in store and achieving approval in all 50 states.(8)

Growth in the states may even lead to an international presence as dialogues around foreign distribution could take shape. (8)

Plant-based food-grade biopesticides are not your run-of-the-mill product. However, agriculture workers are safer when handling it than the alternative on the shelf in many places today.(8)

America’s agricultural workers don’t often get a say in what they come in contact with on the farm. A safer alternative is possible that helps bring crops to America’s tables in a safer way. (8)

Growing opportunities for distribution and revenue growth are on tap with Black Bird Biotech. (8)

Are Biopesticides the Answer to Possible Food Shortages? (9)

Whether it is in China, Guatemala, Brazil, Europe, or the U.S., consumers, and especially young people, want more information and transparency about how crops are grown and how their food is produced. (9)

Food companies are taking notice, and efforts such as the Field to Market initiative are defining what it means to farm sustainably. Conventional farmers also are beginning to adopt “healthy soil” initiatives that have been the basis for organic farming, which continues to be the fastest growth category for food.(9)

With estimates that the world’s population will increase from 7 billion to 10 billion by 2050, finding new methods to grow more food on less land in a sustainable manner is more important than ever.(9)

Helping protect hard-working farmers against losses caused by crop losses (9)

Farmers need effective and environmentally sustainable solutions to protect against losses caused by pests and crop diseases; improve food yields; maintain quality; and feed a growing, increasingly food-conscious world. (9)

Chemical pesticides are dominant today, but the fastest-growing category of crop inputs is “biologicals” and more specifically “biopesticides.”(9)

Made from naturally occurring biodegradable substances, such as microorganisms, plant extracts, fatty acids, or pheromones, biologicals for crop protection also can play a significant role in helping growers meet consumer demands.(9)

They address issues such as pesticide residue, worker safety, toxicity to wildlife and pollinators, air pollution, and surface and groundwater contamination. (9)

Biologicals for crop protection are well regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency within its Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention Division. (9)

Using on the safest, most effective ingredients

Not all things found in nature are safe, so the EPA has a process for ensuring that only the lowest-risk products are approved as biopesticides.(9)

While considerable progress for their adoption has been made, biopesticides are less than 5 percent of the agrichemical market and barriers remain.(9)

Perceptions persist about efficacy and cost, but more importantly, there is a lack of awareness and understanding of biopesticides by agronomists, growers, crop consultants, and key influencers such as university and government researchers. (9)

Therefore, biopesticides often aren’t tested or used correctly based on their modes of action. (9)

MiteXstream™ Has Passed Every Test with Flying Colors (4)

To gain biopesticide certification by the EPA, the company was required to complete two standard tests:
Acute Toxicity Test and Storage Stability Test. (4)

These tests were performed by an independent third-party laboratory, STILLMEADOW, Inc., Sugar Land, TX, and, together, lasted approximately 3 months. (4)

Acute Toxicity Test. This test is, in actuality, a suite of six tests:
Acute Oral Toxicity, Acute Dermal Toxicity, Acute Inhalation Toxicity, Acute Eye Irritation, Acute Dermal Irritation, Guinea Pig Skin Sensitization.

The name of each of these sub-tests identifies its specific testing focus. In each test case, MiteXstream passed without issue. (4)

In fact, though not recommended, small amounts of MiteXstream concentrate can be ingested without negative effects. (4)
Accelerated Storage Stability with Corrosion Characteristics Test. Because it was determined that MiteXstream was qualified to undergo an abbreviated testing regimen, this test lasted for 14 days. The test was conducted with MiteXstream in its intended commercial packaging; was conducted in compliance with Good Laboratory Practice standards; and was conducted at 54 C +/- for 14 days. (4)

The testing also determined the deterioration or degradation of the MiteXstream, specifically an analysis was made of physical changes, such as separation or clumping, and any other changes that would interfere with the usefulness or safe handling; and the testing determined the deterioration or degradation of the packaging/container — Results: None. (4)

Black Bird Biotech has determined that, when mixed with water at the prescribed dilution rate, MiteXstream is extremely cost-effective in killing mites and similar pests, including spider mites and their eggs, and eliminating molds and mildews, with no risk of plant damage. (4)

Independent Lab Testing—Cann-a-bis. Based on independent lab testing, users of MiteXstream are able to treat their cann-a-bis (mar-i-juana) plants through the day of harvest and still satisfy state-level pesticide testing standards. (4)

Stillwater Labs, an Olney, Montana-based medical mar-i-juana testing facility, concluded its testing of a cann-a-bis sample treated only with MiteXstreamTM . (4)

In addition to testing for pesticides prohibited by the State of Montana, Stillwater Labs also tested for pesticides prohibited by the State of Oregon, the most stringent state-level mar-i-juana testing standard. (4)

MiteXstream’s Effectiveness Put to the Test(10)

Pest infestation plays a major role in Cann-a-bis crops, as well as other crops by decreasing crop yield, reducing the quality and the market value of the plant, and causing substantial financial damages. (10)

To control the outbreak of pests, an alternative to chemical pesticides called biopesticide has been recently gaining the attention of the farmers and producers due to its various beneficial reasons. (10)

The principal objective of the current study was to evaluate the effectiveness of MiteXstream Concentrate (Distributed by: Black Bird Botanicals Inc. a Wyoming corporation; Flower Mound, Texas), a newly developed, liquid biopesticide, for controlling mild to heavy infestation of spider mites and powdery mildew at different stages of the vegetative growth cycle of different strains of Cann-a-bis.(10)

MiteXstream was used to control spider mites and powdery mildew in heavily infected plants; plants which were infected for experimental purposes and also as a preventative measure in healthy plants. (10)

When MiteXstream was applied in full strength as a foliar spray to the heavily infected plants the migration of spider mites to the uninfected parts of the plants stopped immediately and by the end of two weeks it was completely eradicated, and no recurrence was observed. (10)

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5 Practical Reasons Black Bird Biotech, Inc Could Be the Next Penny Stock Success Story:

Black Bird Biotech is an under-the-radar company that has a very small market cap. As of 4/27/2022 the company’s market cap is less than $3 million dollars according to Yahoo Finance. (5) There could be tremendous upside potential found in some of the companies that are this small.

The company has accelerated its planned 2022 sales and marketing efforts that are intended to bring much-needed crop protection to the dynamic cann-a-bis industry, one that is expected to grow to $45 billion by 2025. (4) In March 2022, the company launched the first major initiative in marketing their MiteXstream biopesticide on a national basis, when they entered into a consulting agreement with Spire+, an affiliate of Spire Sports + Entertainment, LLC. Spire Sports + Entertainment, LLC has a long history of building and executing successful sales and marketing programs for brands, and has specific experience in the agricultural industry.

The company’s flagship product MiteXstream™ eradicates mites and similar pests, including spider mites in cann-a-bis and many other agricultural crops and eliminates molds and mildews. The big difference here is that this is a ‘reimagined’ pesticide, and not a poison, as many lesser competitors would be – as such, it can be used right through to the day of harvest without leaving any concerning residue and keeping crops naturally free from any pesticide violations. 6

The company has focused marketing efforts on potential large customers across the agricultural spectrum, including, in addition to large cann-a-bis grows, coffee farms ($20 billion in global sales annually), vineyards ($4.5 billion in U.S. sales annually) and plant and flower farms ($16 billion in U.S. sales annually). (6)

The company is uniquely positioned in a massive and growing market. The Biopesticides market is expected to reach $33 billion according to a recent Allied Market Research report.(7)

  • (1) https://fortune.com/2022/04/11/legal-marijuana-sales-33-billion-2022/#:~:text=Pot%20is%20popular.,sales%20will%20exceed%20%2452%20billion.
  • (2)https://www.forbes.com/sites/janetwburns/2018/08/19/cannabis-could-help-biopesticides-take-root-in-american-agriculture/?sh=54ff1e6f2c1d
  • (3)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uTXigrBeTU&t=23s
  • (4)https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0597/4150/3647/files/MiteXstream_101.pdf?v=1646273168
  • (5)https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/BBBT?p=BBBT&.tsrc=fin-srch
  • (6)https://ritzherald.com/this-biotech-business-is-set-to-revolutionize-natural-farming-and-right-now-its-grossly-undervalued/
  • (7)https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/biopesticides-market
  • (8)https://disruptglobal.io/black-bird-biotech-and-its-2022-vision-for-agriculturalists-and-plant-lovers/EPA-registered biopesticide, MiteXstream
  • (9)https://news.bloomberglaw.com/environment-and-energy/insight-biopesticides-to-feed-a-growing-and-hungry-world
  • (10)https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0597/4150/3647/files/MiteXstream_BRIM_Test_Results_Write-up_-_Feb_15_2022_Expanded.pdf?v=1646273168