How rising fertilizer prices shows a greater need for biologicals

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How rising fertilizer prices shows a greater need for biologicals

November 19, 2021

Farmers are no strangers to unpredictable market conditions – day in and day out, they deal with a myriad of challenges both on and off the farm. And just as we are closing the chapter on a particularly challenging year that saw widespread drought across North America, another storm is brewing, and the result is…

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Now Hiring – Sales Agronomists

September 17, 2021

Position: Sales Agronomists – Azotic North America was created to introduce natural nitrogen-fixing technology that can fix nitrogen in all crops (including corn). With North American offices in Raleigh, North Carolina, Guelph, Ontario and a global office in the UK, Azotic has taken more than 20 years of academic research and has created the first…

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Azotic raises significant funding to accelerate commercialization of sustainable nitrogen solutions in agriculture

July 14, 2021

  Funding focused on rapid commercialization into Asian markets, new product development and production capacity Raleigh, NC, July 14, 2021 Azotic Technologies Ltd (Azotic) and Virya LLC (Virya) announced today an agreement to fund rapid global expansion of the Azotic sustainable nitrogen solutions business model. Azotic produces EnvitaTM and N-Fix® which lead the biofertility category…

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Market conditions ideal for finding new ways to boost yields

March 6, 2021

Boost your ROI with Envita™ As you finalize your 2021 crop plans, you might be wondering what not to grow – corn, soy, canola, and even wheat and barley prices are up, and it’s looking like there really are no bad choices.  With commodity prices up, there’s a pretty strong argument to pull out all…

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Azotic North America hires John Squire Ph.D. as lead agronomist

February 20, 2021

  Squire brings decades of expertise to helping farmers use Envita N-Fixing bacteria to maximize crop productivity For Immediate release February 20, 2020: Raleigh, North Carolina. Azotic North America announces the addition of John Squire to lead their agronomic programs in the United States and Canada. Squire brings decades of experience and deep expertise in…

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“New microbe might nix need for more nitrogen” – an interview with Ron Lyseng at Western Producer

June 26, 2020

  One of the top Canadian agriculture publications The Western Producer recently interviewed Azotic NA President Nolan Berg on how Envita is part of a growing pool of biologicals helping to reduce farmers nitrogen use.   “There’s a growing pool of biologicals claiming to abscond with all that free nitrogen floating around in the atmosphere.…

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Canadian Registration

Envita N-fixing bacteria for corn and other crops now registered in Canada for the 2020 growing season

June 10, 2020

Following two years of commercial success in the US, Canadian farmers can use Envita to boost yields or achieve the same yields with using less nitrogen For Immediate Release Guelph, Canada  – June 10, 2020  Following six years of field research and successful farm trials in Canada and the US, the revolutionary Envita is now…

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Envita™ N-fixing bacteria NOW available in foliar application

May 14, 2020

  Registered in 27 states, foliar application opens up access to the N-fixing bacteria to millions of corn acres in the U.S. For Immediate Release Raleigh, North Carolina  – May 14, 2020  Now in its second year of commercial production and following a successful 2019 grower field-scale trial program, growers throughout the US can now…

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Envita™ makes Fast Company’s list of world’s most innovative companies

May 7, 2020

  Nitrogen-fixing product gives farmers a solution for more sustainable nitrogen use in agriculture without compromising yield potential For Immediate Release Raleigh, North Carolina  – May 7th, 2020  Azotic North America, maker of Envita™ nitrogen-fixing bacteria, is recognized by Fast Company’s annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020 as the only naturally-occurring,…

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2-Year University of Illinois study shows +10.5 bu/ac average increase corn omission plot tests

April 22, 2020

Nitrogen-fixing bacteria protects yield potential, especially in stressed seasons University of Illinois PhD candidate in crop physiology Connor Sible completed the 2nd year of the corn omission trials under the supervision of Dr. Fred Below.  The 2-year results showed a significant yield bump in Envita-treated crops. The presence of Envita in an intensive management program…

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