Agriplier® Seed Treatment field trials show significant visual differences in early season vigor across Corn, Soybeans and Canola.

At the mid-season point of its 2014 independently designed and run trial program, Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that the visual improvements to early season vigor delivered by its Agriplier® seed treatment products has been noticed again this year as compared to both existing market standard seed treatments and a number of other competitive products.

During 2014, GGI is conducting seed treatment trials with multiple researchers and testing programs across crops including Corn, Soybeans, Cotton, and Canola and locations as varied as Ohio, Texas, Montana and California. These early results are encouraging, particularly given the clear performance gains across several different crops and a wide range of soil and weather conditions. The range of geographical and climatic diversity will position GGI well for understanding the performance of its products in a variety of situations.

GGI looks forward to the yield results for its trials later this year. While each year of trials is different, the 2014 results are similar to the early performance gains during 2013 that subsequently resulted in compelling yield increases – notably GGI’s products ranking as the #1 performing yield enhancement seed treatment product across both Corn and Soybean in the 2013 IPSA trials.

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Green and Grow Inc. (GGI) CEO Gary Nijak Jr. spoke with the Farm and Ranch Guide this week about the growing role of biostimulants in agriculture. He discussed some of the history and uses of biostimulants as well as described some of the products being developed by GGI.

“Biostimulants have been used in agriculture for a very long time, although a new generation of products is now coming onto the market,” he says. “As we begin to understand more about the soil environment, the microbiome in the soil, and plant interactions, we are beginning to unlock the potential for more targeted, efficacious...


The Seed Association of the Americas will be hosting the 6th Seed Congress of the Americas on September 5-7 in Cartagena, Columbia.

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On September 11-13 the biggest names in agriculture will gather in St. Louis to share new technologies changing agriculture across the globe.

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Minot, ND

Gary Nijak Jr, CEO for Green and Grow Inc., spoke with farmers at the North Dakota State University North Central Research Extension Field Day. He discussed new biological technologies that could make a large impact on the agricultural industry.

The Field Day in Minot is a free event where the Research Extension Center and Agronomy Seed Farm staff share information on various projects underway at the center. Both producers and the public are invited to attend.

Mr. Nijak cautioned that with many new biological products entering the market, extensive testing is a key factor to consider before use. “Single year, individual location testing is not sufficient to evaluate the

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Since 1975 The World Soybean Research Conference has been held every 4-5 years. Researchers from soybean producing regions all over the globe will meet September 10-15 and share their expertise on this versatile global crop.

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