ipsa.png

Green & Grow Inc. announces that its products achieved leading results across both the IPSA Corn and Soybean Seed Treatment trials in their first year of entering the program

  • GGI tied for 1st place in the Soybean seed enhancement trials

    for overall yield increase; also achieved 1st place in the Corn seed enhancement trials for yield increase

  • Yield enhancement achieved is additive to the current market

    standard seed treatment technology

Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its Agriplier™ and Rise Organic™ products had a very successful first year of testing in the IPSA Corn and Soybean Seed Treatment trials.

GGI products tied for 1st place in overall yield increase in soybeans and also achieved 1st place in overall yield increase in Corn. In total there were 19 entries for each set of trials from a range of leading seed treatment companies. All trials were designed and conducted independently by expert researchers across multiple locations throughout the US and were additive to current commercial seed treatment technology.

“We are obviously pleased to achieve these compelling results in our first year of joining the IPSA trials,”said Green & Grow Inc. President & CEO Alan Sobba. “The IPSA trials and GGI’s other commissioned research trials in 2013 demonstrate that our Agriplier™ Technology has a significant future as an additive solution to existing Seed Treatment products on the market today. We look forward to building and improving on this work during our 2014 research and trial programs.”

“It is great to see such interesting results from a new entrant to the IPSA seed treatment trials” added Greg Ruehle, CEO of the Independent Professional Seed Association. “IPSA is pleased that its Seed Treatment research program can play an important role in identifying and validating new technologies which our members can then put to use in the field.”

If you have any questions regarding GGI’s products, or to receive a copy of our overall 2013 field trial results summary, please contact us via info@greenandgrow.com

Press Contact:

Gregg Spivey

gspivey@greenandgrow.com

www.greenandgrow.com

logo-farm-and-ranch-guide.png

Austin, TX

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...

more
6thSeedCongressLogo.jpg

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

If you are attending and would like to meet a representative to find out more about Green and Grow Inc contact us at info@greenandgrow.com.

more
ag innovation.png

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

If you are attending and would like to meet a representative to find out more about Green and Grow Inc contact us at info@greenandgrow.com.

more
minot field day photo.jpg

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

efficacy of these products. Ask for information not only from your area in a single...

more
knjnojnojn_lkn.jpg

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.

If you are attending and would like to meet a representative to find out more about Green and Grow Inc contact us at info@greenandgrow.com.

more