SOURCE: Green Mountain Development Corp

Green Mountain Development Corp

November 21, 2011 10:00 ET

Green Mountain Development and C. Trade Ready Bi-Agra™ Agriculture Products for International Sales

CARLSBAD, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 21, 2011) - Green Mountain Development Corp (PINKSHEETS: GMND) and C. Trade Group are finalizing the product details and pricing for international sales of the Bi-Agra™ microbial-based agriculture products to the first C. Trade network members requesting product samples for field evaluation. The products will be used by industrial growers of coffee, corn, sesame seed and cotton. Pending field results and successful product evaluations, the companies expect to ship initial product orders in 2012 with follow-on orders from other network members.

Green Mountain distributes the Bi-Agra™ agriculture products that are comprised of naturally occurring microbial blends scientifically formulated to promote plant health by increasing the beneficial microbial activity and nutrient uptake in the soil leading to healthier plants and higher quality crop yields. More information on the products is available at

About C. Trade Group
C. Trade Group and affiliates have interests in energy exploration and logistics, real estate, transportation and technology with affiliated offices in New York, Shanghai, California, Calgary, Athens, Jinzhou, China and Abu Dhabi.

About Green Mountain Development Corp
Green Mountain Development Corp has licensed products and services related to the energy, agricultural and environmental sectors.

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