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HomeInputsAgro chems – FertilizersTidal Grow AgriScience integrates Biology and Chemistry for plant nutrition

Tidal Grow AgriScience integrates Biology and Chemistry for plant nutrition

Tidal Grow Integra Technology is positioned to scale and significantly impact the $100 billion crop protection and fertiliser markets

Tidal Grow AgriScience announced its official launch with an exciting portfolio of solutions, and a powerful pipeline to build more. By leveraging novel technologies, their offerings deliver new levels of effectiveness in plant nutrition and crop protection, providing impressive ROI for growers.

“Our core goal is to help farmers and growers maximize profits, increase yields, and protect their valuable production resources, all while reducing their environmental footprint,” said Kevin Hammill, CEO of Tidal Grow AgriScience. “What sets us apart is our respect for and understanding of growers in every part of the crop production ecosystem. We meet them exactly where they are, integrating seamlessly into their existing production practices, resulting in improved performance and less traditional crop inputs. We are excited to bring our products to the market and be a catalyst for a healthier population and planet.”

Tidal Grow Integra Technology is positioned to scale and significantly impact the $100 billion crop protection and fertiliser markets. With this technology, they engineer how fertiliser, such as nitrogen, and crop protection products are delivered to the crop or target pathogen. This technology works by maximising the potential of one of the earth’s most powerful biomolecules and deploying it to target growers’ greatest challenges. This integration of biology and chemistry fundamentally changes the future of agriculture by making cropping inputs more effective. The first fertiliser built on this technology, alignN, delivers nitrogen to the crop more effectively. The result is a higher yield per unit of fertiliser and a lower carbon footprint for the industry. Construction on a commercial production facility for alignN will begin this year while significant field trials are being conducted across the USA.  

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