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Agrinos and Van Diest Supply Company partner to drive biological crop solutions with U.S. Midwestern growersqrcode

Jan. 19, 2017

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Agrinos, a leading biological crop input provider committed to improving the productivity and sustainability of agriculture worldwide, is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Van Diest Supply Company based in Webster City, Iowa.
This partnership offers growers and retailers throughout the Midwest and Plains states increased access to Agrinos’ microbial and biostimulant nutrition product lines for plant and soil health, along with the expertise of the Van Diest Supply Agribusiness Teams.
“Agrinos is pleased to be working with an innovative partner such as Van Diest Supply Company and its team of professionals delivering leading-edge customized solutions to growers throughout the Midwest,” said Bruce Odens, vice president for North America. “The partnership with Van Diest Supply Company reflects the growing interest in and rapid adoption of our microbial and foliar nutrition products to increase crop quality and yield—and help deliver greater prosperity to growers.”
“The Van Diest Supply team is excited to offer Agrinos’ iNvigorate® and B Sure® (HYT® B) brands as vital components of our crop nutrition product portfolio,” said John Van Diest, vice president. “The integration of these products promises to offer unique tools to support and enhance crop health and mitigate crop stress, while providing increased yields in both ideal and adverse growing conditions. We look forward to working with the Agrinos team to help deliver the benefit of these unique biological crop solutions to our customers."
iNvigorate and B Sure (HYT B) from Agrinos have been shown to provide critically important benefits to key commodity and specialty crops including corn, soybeans, wheat, vegetables and fruits. Both products, developed through Agrinos’ High Yield Technology (HYT) platform, are Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listed in the United States and can be used seamlessly with both organic and conventional grower programs.


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