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Consider Biologicals in Your 2020 Buy

January 15, 2020

Planning for your 2020 growing season? Look to Envita™ for a natural source of nitrogen where and when your plant needs it most.   Applied in furrow, Envita™ is the only nitrogen fixing bacteria for corn, soybeans and other crops that works from within plant cells to fix nitrogen from root to leaf all season…

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Envita – Late August In Field Observations

September 6, 2019

  Our team just wrapped up farm tours in Minnesota, Nebraska, and Iowa to see Envita in the field. We talked with growers about their experience with Envita – here’s what we found: CORN: Envita treated corn consistently showing: More advance growth / taller plants A denser root system Less variability in maturity throughout treated…

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In-season trial results highlight positive Envita results.

August 1, 2019

“We far surpassed ‘knee high by the 4th of July’, even with the challenges that we’ve had this year.” Legends Seeds Agronomists share what they’re seeing in the field At this point in the growing season, the difference between Envita™-applied and non-Envita treated plants in field trials has become plainly evident and abundantly visible. At…

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"Nitrogen fixing bacteria more available to US farmers" – an interview with Matt McIntosh at Future Farming

May 20, 2019

Great conversation with Matt McIntosh at Future Farming about Envita™, and how it allows corn and other crops fix nitrogen. Have a read!  “As academic researchers attempt to breed nitrogen-fixing genes directly into corn, nitrogen-fixing bacteria are already being sold to farmers. Azotic North America is one of the companies that sell these nitrogen-fixing bacteria. According…

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"Growers can still register for limited release of Envita"- An article by Chris Torres of American Agriculturist

April 12, 2019

We had a great chat with Chris Torres from American Agriculturist about Envita™, and how you can try it risk free in 2019. Have a read! “The president of Azotic North America is so convinced of the company’s Envita product that he’s willing to reimburse growers if they don’t see at least a 3-bushel-per-acre yield…

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"ENVITA™ A NATURAL NITROGEN-FIXING TOOL" – An interview with Brownfield Ag News’ Mark Dorenkamp

April 11, 2019

The President of Azotic North America, Nolan Berg, was recently interviewed by Mark Dorenkamp of Brownfield Ag News, about the benefits of Envita™ – check it out! “Another nitrogen-fixing tool is becoming more readily available. Canadian technology company Azotic says its Envita product can now be found commercially in 33 states. CEO Nolan Berg tells…

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Azotic North America launches risk-free Partner Program for farmers to try Envita™ N-fixing bacteria on their corn in 2019

March 22, 2019

Following six years of field research, a successful farm trial program in 2018, and registration in 33 states, the revolutionary nitrogen-fixing Envita is now commercially available to all growers for the 2019 farm season; and with the Azotic Partner Program, it is completely risk free. For Immediate Release Raleigh, North Carolina – March 22, 2019…

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Azotic North America’s Envita nitrogen-fixing technology now commercially available

November 28, 2018

Following six years of field research and a successful farm trial program in 2018, the food grade microbe that enables corn and other crops to fix nitrogen from the air, is now available in limited quantities to farmers across most of the USA. For Immediate Release Raleigh, North Carolina – November 27th, 2018 – Today,…

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Growers see impact of Envita first-hand

February 23, 2018

The 2018 grower program for Envita is in full swing throughout the United States giving many growers the chance to see first-hand how Envita’s turns plants into n-fixing machines for increased yields.  While we don’t often see the full impact of Envita until harvest, we sometimes see positive Envita effects at emergence and may even…

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