Alan Sobba

Board of Directors

Mr. Sobba is a member of the GGI Board of Directors. Mr. Sobba has more than twenty-five years experience in a variety of public policy and leadership positions in agriculture, finance and sports. As a farmer and businessman, Mr. Sobba has a unique perspective on product expectations and the significant market opportunities for GGI and its products.

Most recently, Mr. Sobba was Chief Policy and Communications Officer for a startup financial clearinghouse in New York. Mr. Sobba was instrumental in securing the regulatory approval for the business and working closely with many large industry participants. Mr. Sobba has also worked in many public policy roles in Washington, DC, including his own consultation business, that require a seasoned skill set to accomplish policy goals in a timely fashion while building consensus with numerous parties. These include the National Cattlemens Beef Association, Office of the Commissioner of Baseball, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Sobba Public, LLC.

Mr. Sobba received a J.D. from the University of Kansas, a M.B.A. from Arizona State University and a B.S. in Agronomy from Kansas State University. Mr. Sobba operates a several hundred acre family farm near Garnett, Kansas raising corn, soybeans and wheat.

American Seed Trade Association

Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its senior leadership team will again be attending the ASTA Corn, Soybean and Sorghum Conference in Chicago.

GGI will be presenting a preview of our latest 2016 independently designed and run field trials utilizing the Agriplier® Technology as a Seed Treatment in Corn, Soybeans, Cotton, Wheat and Canola. These new results will be added to our existing trial data demonstrating the benefits of Agriplier® either as a seed treatment or soil application across multiple crop types.


Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that it has obtained its first registered product in Brazil. This marks a milestone in GGI’s efforts to evaluate potential partners in South America. Brazil continues to be a major player in crops where GGI products have performed well.

GGI continues to evaluate other South American markets and pursue registration in those countries.