Dr. Jeffrey Yarger

Science Advisory Board Member

Dr. Yarger is Professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry & Physics at Arizona State University (ASU) and Director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC) at ASU.

Prof. Jeff Yarger's research program is interested in understanding the role that local structure and dynamics plays in controlling the physical and mechanical properties of a wide range of technologically and biologically important, but disordered, materials. Systems currently under investigation include spider silk fibers and biopolymers, protein clusters, polyamorphic materials, nano-particles and quantum dots, battery and fuel cell materials, and most recently diabetes related research. Most of this research is highly interdisciplinary and many projects involve collaborations with the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory, the Spallation Neutron Source at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and with other faculty in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Materials Science, Physics and Molecular Biology. Central to ongoing research is the use and development of solid-state NMR and MRI techniques applied to elucidate local structure and dynamics in disordered materials.

Dr. Yarger received a Ph.D from Arizona State University.

Dr. Yargers's biography can be found at: ASU Yarger

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.