Feed the world. Starve the landfill. Sounds like a wild premise, right? But it’s exactly what we’ve been working hard to do at Anuvia Plant Nutrients.
Sustainability might be one of the biggest buzz words across a myriad of industries as of late. But what’s driving the demand for sustainable practices around the world, and what impact does that have on farmers today?
Today’s consumers increasingly want to know what’s in the food they purchase, and if it was produced using sustainably-sourced ingredients. In turn, major food retailers are stepping up their involvement in partnering with crop input suppliers and farmers at the field level.
Our Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients CCO, Hugh MacGillivray, recently wrote an article for Fertilizer Focus called “The Role of Value-Added Fertilizers in Driving Sustainability” (July/August 2019). Here are some key excerpts from the piece
Dr. Gerald Henry, University of Georgia, recently completed work in which he studied nutrient efficiency and soil health of SymTRX™. Here’s what he found.
Although not yet on the endangered list, the scientific facts on soil health are irrefutable. Globally, 33% of land is moderately to highly degraded due to erosion, salinization, compaction, acidification, and chemical pollution of soils.
Since 2016, SymTRX has been used on over one million acres of crop land. It has been tested by university researchers and private research firms who have conducted over 250 replicated trials.
Get the latest results from our Field Trials and learn what SymTRX can do for your crops.