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Agriplier® Continues to Excel in Independent Field Trial Programs

  • Agriplier® was the top performing product for the third consecutive year in the 2015 IPSA Soybean seed enhancement trials.
  • Agriplier® continues to show strength in Corn, demonstrating an average increase in yield for the 2015 IPSA trials
  • Yield enhancements achieved are additive to today’s market standard seed treatment technologies; Agriplier® integrates easily with these current treatments.

Austin, Texas. January 2016: Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its Agriplier® Technology completed another successful year of testing in the IPSA[1] Corn and Soybean Seed Treatment trials. This is the third consecutive year that GGI has generated compelling results across a wide range of other crops and independent field trial programs. Furthermore, GGI’s Agriplier® Seed Treatment was once again ranked 1st for overall yield increase out of the 23 products entered into the 2015 IPSA Soybean seed enhancement trials. These results continue the success started during the 2013 trials, where Agriplier® was the top performing product out of 19 products.

Agriplier® also performed strongly as a Seed Treatment for Corn, adding yield in the IPSA Corn seed enhancement trials. IPSA trials were designed and conducted independently by expert researchers across multiple locations throughout the US. The yield gains delivered by the Agriplier Technology are additive to today’s market standard seed treatment technologies. “Agriplier has consistently demonstrated significant performance across a range of crops,” said Green & Grow Inc. CEO Gary Nijak. “Three consecutive years as the top performing product in soybeans is impressive. Agriplier has not just shown its strength in IPSA trials, we have commissioned many other research trials in 2015 that have demonstrated the value this technology can provide in today’s seed treatment market. The beauty of Agriplier is that it can be combined with both synthetic chemical and living biological seed treatment products that are being used today.” 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 increase the scope of its field trial program for the 2016 season, commissioning an increased number of trials in particular in our focus areas of Corn and Soybean, as well as in additional crops.

If you have any questions regarding GGI’s products, or to discuss our 2013, 2014, or 2015 field trial results in more detail, please contact us at

[1] Independent Professional Seed Association


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