We Develop and Commercialize New Agricultural Products
Green & Grow Inc.'s range of Agriplier® products is based on non-living, non-toxic, microbe derived by-products that have been specifically formulated to significantly improve many crops.
Agriplier® products can be easily integrated into seed treatment packages, as well as utilized as a soil amendment. Agriplier® can be used as an additive solution to both existing chemical and living biological products without negative interactions or concerns about flow-ability, plant-ability or impacting the performance of other products.
During independent field trial programs, GGI products were the #1 performing yield enhancement seed treatment product for Corn in 2013 and Soybean in both 2013 and 2014, increasing yield above and beyond the current commercial treatment package. Significant yield increases have also been obtained by using Agriplier® across a range of fruit and vegetable crops.
GGI is working with a limited number of industry partners and end-users to bring the Agriplier® Technology to market, such as via the integration of Agriplier® into existing product offerings.
Please Contact Us if you would like to discuss joining our group of partners or to apply to trial the Agriplier® products to observe their benefits first-hand.
Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announced that it has been named to the 2015 Austin A-List by the Austin Chamber of Commerce through its Innovate Austin initiative and South by Southwest Interactive.
The companies, selected by a panel of independent judges from more than 275 nominations, were officially revealed and named to the annual Austin A-List of Hottest Startups in ceremonies held this evening at ACL Live at the Moody Theater. The 12 honorees for 2015 were named in three investment stage categories: emerging, growth and scale, and represent key sectors...more
Austin, Texas. April 2015: Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its Agriplier® Technology completed a second successful year of testing in the IPSA Corn and Soybean Seed Treatment trials in addition to generating compelling...more