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Azotic North America partners with NexusBioAg to launch Envita in Canadaqrcode

Nov. 16, 2020

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Nov. 16, 2020

Following six years of field research and successful farm trials in Canada and the US, the revolutionary nitrogen fixing Envita was approved for use in Canada and commercially available to Canadian growers in June 2020. 2021 becomes the first full season to launch Envita in Canada and Azotic North America announces an agreement with NexusBioAg to provide national distribution across Canada.

NexusBioAg, a division of Univar Solutions, provides Canadian retailers an expanded portfolio of crop nutrition solutions including inoculants, micronutrients, nitrogen stabilizers and foliar nutritional products. A focus on innovative crop nutrition solutions serviced by an experienced national team of sales, marketing and agronomic specialists combined with their logistics and inventory management expertise puts NexusBioAg in a unique position to launch Envita into Canada.

"Envita changes the nitrogen equation for corn and other crops, fixing nitrogen in every cell where and when it is needed the most," explains Ray Chyc, CEO Azotic North America, "The focus on innovative crop nutrition products with a proven logistics foundation makes NexusBioAg a natural partner to help launch and grow Envita in Canada."

"Envita complements our broad portfolio of products," explains Ben Libby, General Manager NexusBioAg, "We are excited to partner with Azotic North America to offer another agricultural solution to our customers across Canada".

More announcements on the Envita launch strategy within Canada will follow over the weeks ahead.

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