Future of Fertilizer Tour
Anuvia Plant Nutrients, a bio-based plant nutrient provider, will host Future of Fertilizer events this month and next. Hugh MacGillivray, chief commercial officer, says the company offers growers a new way to provide nutrients to crops.
MacGillivray… “We've been developing bio-based plant nutrient products for both turf markets in the ag markets in North America. We've been used on over about two million acres on principle crops, things like corn, cotton, rice, wheat, canola, soybeans, but our technology has broad application across multiple crops.”
He says the Future of Fertilizer Tour offers a look at the future of bio-based plant nutrition packaged with microbial technologies, starting in North Carolina this week and continuing this month across the Southeastern United States.
MacGillivray… “We'll start out with a tour of the plots talk about the technologies the SymTRX technology, the SymTRX XP. We'll show them a couple of different crops. We also have a couple of other speakers. We have Mike Rohm, who's a farm economist. And then we have a grower that's been using SymTRX broadly across his farm. He's going to talk a little bit about his experience and some of the benefits as he's seen from this technology.”
More information can be found at fertilizertour.com.