Agrinos Highlights High Yield Technology at Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference (Jan. 5 – 8, 2017)
SAVANNAH, Ga. (Jan. 3, 2017)―Agrinos is pleased to announce its participation in the 2017 Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference as a Gold Sponsor and featured exhibitor. The company will highlight its line of High Yield Technology (HYT) microbial and biostimulant crop inputs at Booth #258.
Agrinos’ impressive new trial data for fruit and vegetable crops including onions, peanuts and strawberries will be showcased by Darrell Thorpe, northeast regional sales manager and Julio Lozano, southern regional sales manager. The data demonstrates the plant health, performance and yield benefits of the HYT® product line. For example, in sweet onion trials conducted by the University of Georgia,* Agrinos’ HYT products consistently improved size and grade by an average of 11 percent over the untreated control.
Agrinos’ HYT microbial and biostimulant crop input products strengthen the soil microbiome and deliver critical, highly-bioavailable nutrients to help plants prosper. Once integrated into the growers’ practices, Agrinos products are proven to perform consistently across a broad range of crops, soils and environments. Agrinos products are compliant with organic production standards, and are OMRI listed in the United States, as well as recognized by several regional certification organizations. HYT products are also designed to be highly compatible with common application practices.
The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference has grown to become one of the premier fruit and vegetable production meetings in the U.S., featuring educational sessions, production methodologies and innovative technologies. It will be held January 5 – 8, 2017 at the Savannah International Trade Center in Savannah, Georgia. For the schedule of events and other information about the 2017 Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference, visit www.seregionalconference.com.
* This trial, conducted by Dr. Timothy Coolong at the University of Georgia, was funded entirely by Agrinos. Research services, including trials, performed at UGA are not an endorsement by UGA of any Agrinos products tested, or of any other products or services.
Agrinos is a biological crop input provider committed to improving the productivity and sustainability of modern agriculture. Agrinos’ range of biofertilizers and biostimulant products help farmers to practice profitable agriculture by providing increased crop productivity, improved efficiency of conventional fertilizer and a reduced environmental footprint.
Based on Agrinos’ proprietary High Yield Technology (HYT) platform, the HYT® products provide benefits by strengthening the soil-based microbial ecosystem, stimulating crop development at key points in the growth cycle and boosting natural plant resistance to environmental stresses. With solutions for a variety of crop categories, the technology comprising the HYT products has demonstrated its value in third-party trials in key agricultural regions worldwide.« Return to News