Calling all Agronomists!

Are you an Agronomist or Certified Crop Advisor looking for more information about Envita™?

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About Envita™

Envita is the only N-fixing bacteria that works from within the plant cells to fix nitrogen all season long. After years of research and farm scale trials, Envita has continually demonstrated an ability to either:

  • Replace an average of 27% of a corn plant’s nitrogen needs or
  • When applied with recommended nitrogen fertility program, increase corn yield on average between 5-13%, and in some cases up to 20%

Over years of research and farm trials, Envita has continually demonstrated positive results; a reduction in reliance on chemical fertilizers, or an increased yield boost.

This is a huge opportunity for farmers, and when it comes to making decisions about new technologies or different crop inputs, your advice and recommendations are incredibly important.

You want to feel comfortable providing the best guidance you can, which means seeing first hand how new products, like Envita, work.

We want you to see this for yourself, and share it with your network.

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  • Note: Envita is currently only available for purchase in the USA

Understand How it Works:

Envita fixes nitrogen in corn and other crops all season long, and it does it from within the very cells of the plant. By entering the root cells at germination, it quickly colonizes and spreads throughout the plant as it grows and begins to fix N right away.

Trial Results:

The 2018 Envita grower program included over 50 trials throughout the US. Over 80% of trials saw a yield increase, further validating previous years of research. Read more...

See What Growers are Saying:


"Envita gives me the chance to fix what I don’t have a chance to do myself, whether it’s too much rain or we have other delays. So many things can go wrong on any given day, it’s good to know with Envita the plant can hold itself until I get there. You don’t want the plant to suffer because our timing is off." - Bo Raulerson, Hayti Missouri Read more...