Green & Grow Inc. Agriplier® Technology continues to perform in field trials

· Agriplier® performed well again in multi-location field trials across a range of crops including corn, soybean, cotton, canola, and wheat

· Agriplier continues to have good performance indication in South American trials in soybeans

Austin, Texas. January 2017: Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its Agriplier® Technology completed its fourth successful year of field trial testing in corn and soybeans, third year of field trials in canola and cotton, and second year of field trials in wheat. GGI has continued to advance these field trial efforts to increase the knowledge base associated with Agriplier®. Through this extensive trial work, Agriplier has been tested in over 200 trials in both corn and soybeans and over 100 trials in South America for soybeans

In addition to Corn and Soybean, Agriplier® has also demonstrated efficacy across independent field trials on additional crops such as Canola, Wheat and Cotton as well as on fruits and vegetables such as Broccoli and Strawberries.

GGI continues to evaluate Agriplier’s performance in South America for the winter 2016/spring 2017 growing season

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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.