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Kiwa Fertilizers Pass Independent Tests
Date:1/7/2008

BEIJING and CLAREMONT, Calif., Jan. 7 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Corporation (KWBT.OB) announced that: Xinjiang Corps Agro-technology Extended Terminal promulgated the test results on Kiwa's fertilizer products "Pen Duo Shou" and "Jin Peng Jia Bao", both of which passed fertilizer sample tests. The new official fertilizer certificate replaces the previous Temporary Amino Acid Leaf Fertilizer Registration Certificate.

In 2007, Xinjiang Corps Agro-technology Extended Terminal arranged tests on processing tomato and cotton with Kiwa fertilizer products "Pen Duo Shou" and "Jin Peng Jia Bao". The recent test results of these two fertilizer products show that:

-- Pen Duo Shou can increase the number of tomato fruits per plant as

well as the net weight of single tomatoes and thereby provides a

better yield.

-- Jin Peng Jia Bao can increase the number of cotton balls on individual

plants as well as the net weight of every individual cotton ball

therefore increase crop yield of cotton.

-- These independent tests prove that these two new Kiwa fertilizer

products have the positive effect of increasing crop production meet

the objective of creating a high economic benefit.

In addition, the two products passed the sample tests and were approved by China Fertilizer Quality Supervision and Inspection Center (Beijing), Testing Centre of China Agriculture Academy of Science. They will formally issue new official fertilizer certificate in February 2008, replacing the previous Temporary Amino Acid Leaf Fertilizer Registration Certificate.

Mr. Wei Li, Board Chairman and CEO of Kiwa, stated: "Kiwa has always attached importance to the environmental influence of its products. We are pleased that these tests also confirm the economic benefits of using Kiwa's fertilizer products. We hope the promulgation of the test results and the achieve
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