Native bacteria? Ooookay.
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People who write parenthetical "hints" are toolboxes. Don't be one of them.
You're thinking of asbestos, maybe...
You're not selling a company. You're selling a product, and an unproven one at that. No one is going to buy this from you, because even figuring out how much it's worth would be a costly endeavor. And what are they going to get for your "company?" A zip file full of source code?
You can't possibly tell that from the screen shots. The form itself is not on an SSL-protected page, but that's not uncommon. What's important is whether it *submits* to an SSL-protected URL, and I'd be kind of surprised if they didn't do that.