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Anuvia Plant Nutrients’ sustainable products offer high yields, healthier soils

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A startup company, dedicated to sustainable products for large scale agriculture production, is excited to deliver enhanced results in the upcoming crop season.

Anuvia Plant Nutrients plans to scale up it’s production efforts. Brett Bell, executive vice president, account management and sales, speaks to the expansion.

“We’re moving from a small, pilot plant into a large, commercial size granulation facility in Plant City, Florida. That will do several things for us. It will give us the capacity to produce north of one million tons of crop nutrition products in the next three years. It also puts us on the CSX mainline, which means we can reach the Midwest in a more cost effective and efficient fashion,” Bell says.

Anuvia Plant Nutrients currently manufactures two agricultural products: SymTRX and Susterra, which offer “better yields, healthier soils, and sustainable environments.”

“The crop nutrition products we manufacture are based on recycled organic matter, so think food and livestock waste. We use Anuvia’s proprietary technology to break it down into the amino acid, in the peptide level, and then reformulate it to a dry fertilizer granular that feeds the crop and soil,” Bell says.

“…not only do we feed the crop with traditional nutrients, like nitrogen and phosphorus, but the soil microbiome and (we’re) creating a healthier soil with the carbon and organic matter,” Bell says.

Anuvia Plant Nutrients is not only committed to sustainability, but higher yields, which result in greater returns for area farmers.

“The last three to four years, we’ve performed an upwards of 250 independent and university research trials to prove out the yield claims on corn, cotton, rice, wheat, and sugar beets,” Bell says. “We’re seeing a consistent five-percent yield increase across those crops, across those years,” Bell says.

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