Agrinos’ iNvigorate biostimulant now registered in Canada
Calgary (Sept. 24, 2019) – Agrinos’ proprietary biostimulant, iNvigorate, is now registered for use by Canadian growers. The soil-applied microbial product enhances crop quality and nutrient uptake under variable growing conditions while increasing the total productive capacity of both the soil and the crop.
Agrinos Announces New Chairman of the Board of Directors
OSLO, Norway (July 5, 2019)―The Board of Agrinos is pleased to announce that Raj Kaul has been appointed Chairman of its Board of Directors. His appointment on the board was approved by shareholders at the June 18 Annual General Assembly meeting in Oslo, Norway.
Agrinos Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification
PORTLAND, Ore. (June 4, 2019)—Agrinos is pleased to announce it has successfully completed a stringent certification audit process to achieve ISO 9001:2015 accreditation. This international standard for quality management systems demonstrates the ability of a manufacturer to consistently provide customers with products that are safe, reliable and high quality.
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Agrinos Announces New Distribution Partnership with Agrofértil Camelo in Brazil
SAO PAULO (May 21, 2019)—Agrinos is pleased to announce a new commercial distribution partnership with Agrofértil Camelo, a leading provider of sustainable agriculture solutions to growers in the Brazilian state of Ceará. With recognized expertise in plant nutrition, Agrofértil Camelo’s offering includes seeds, fertilizers and pesticides.
Eight-Year Compilation of Agrinos Trial Data Shows Double-Digit Yield Increase
658 trials on more than 20 different crops across four continents show an average yield increase of 10.8 percent
DAVIS, Calif. (May 7, 2019)—A new compilation of field trial data collected between 2010 and 2018 shows using Agrinos’ products resulted in an average yield increase of 10.8 percent. The data set includes results from 658 trials on nearly two dozen different crops across North America, South America, Europe and Asia.