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AgTech Company Anuvia ™ Plant Nutrients Receives 2018 Sustainability Award Product of the Year

ZELLWOOD, Fla., August 2, 2018 – Anuvia ™ Plant Nutrients has been selected by the Business Intelligence Group as a winner of their 2018 Sustainability Awards Product of the Year. The Sustainability Awards honor those individuals and companies worldwide who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice. ZELLWOOD, Fla., August 2, 2018 – Anuvia ™ Plant Nutrients has been selected by the Business Intelligence Group as a winner of their 2018 Sustainability Awards Product of the Year. The Sustainability Awards honor those individuals and companies worldwide who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Appoints Ed Zughaft to Senior Vice President Asset Acquisitions and Finance

As Anuvia Plant Nutrients readies for immediate expansion, the company announced today that Ed Zughaft has been appointed senior vice president Asset Acquisitions and Finance. Previously, he was senior vice president Finance. In this new position reporting to the CEO and working with the CFO, Zughaft will lead Anuvia’s acquisition efforts as it seeks to expand operations with new plants and production facilities. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Expands and Strengthens Executive Management Team Adding Bryan Corkal As Chief Financial Officer

Anuvia Plant Nutrients, an environmentally sustainable plant nutrient company, announced today that Bryan Corkal has joined the company as chief financial officer. In this new position, he will oversee and manage the company’s finances, including strategic and capital planning, risk management and analysis of data. He will ensure accurate reporting of financial information, identify areas of opportunity and support due diligence for fundraising. |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Signs Development Agreement with Bancella

Anuvia Plant Nutrients has reached development agreement with Bancella to introduce SymTRX™, Anuvia’s innovative bio-based high-efficiency plant nutrient to African farmers as part of its portfolio of products and services. Bancella, a newly formed agricultural supplier, focuses on bio-based, chemical-light farming solutions for African farmers. The company is based in Mauritius, an African nation west of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. |Read More

Smithfield Foods Announces Partnership with Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients to Develop and Market Bio-Based Sustainable Fertilizer Products

Smithfield Foods, Inc, and Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients are pleased to announce a new partnership to create sustainable fertilizer from renewable biological materials collected from manure treatment systems at Smithfield's hog farms. The project is part of Smithfield Renewables, the company's new platform dedicated to unifying and accelerating its carbon reduction and renewable energy efforts. |Read More

Anuvia™ Joins Industry-wide Field to Market Initiative

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients announced today that it has joined Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture, a leading multi-stakeholder initiative working to unite the agricultural supply chain in defining, measuring and advancing the sustainability of food, fibre and fuel production in the United States. |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Partners with MFA Incorporated to Service Midwest Ag Markets

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients announces an agreement with MFA Incorporated to market Anuvia’s SymTRX™ to crop producers. SymTRX is an enhanced-efficiency, multi-nutrient, slow-release specialty fertilizer made to fit the needs of crop production while also adhering to the highest standards of sustainability and environmental stewardship. |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Partners with GFG Ag Services to Distribute SymTRX™ in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients announces an agreement with GFG Ag Services to market Anuvia’s SymTRX™ to crop producers. |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Introduces ANUGREEN™ An Eco-Friendly Quick-Greening Nutrient for Residential Lawns

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients announces the launch of its newest plant nutrient product, ANUGREEN™, an ecofriendly, enhanced-efficiency, slow-release fertilizer specifically for the residential lawn care market. |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Partners with Vereens Turf To Distribute GreenTRX to Golf, Sod and Lawn Care Customers

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients announces an agreement with Vereens Turf to distribute Anuvia’s GreenTRX™ to Vereens golf, sod, lawn care and landscape customers. |Read More

Anuvia in the Media

Anuvia Plants Nutrients opens its first manufacturing plant in central Florida

With an eye toward a different approach and being environmentally, socially and economically sustainable, Anuvia Plant Nutrients unveiled its $98 million production plant on May 10 in Zellwood, Florida.|Read More

A fertilizer that checks all the boxes

When it comes to fertilizer for his greens, Superintendent Grant Backus of Dolphin Head Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C., has a list of what he wants.|Read More

Right place, right time for Anuvia Plant Nutrients

Waste becomes wanted and byproducts become primary products with the recent opening of the first Anuvia Plant Nutrients Corporation fertilizer production facility near Zellwood, Fla. |Read More

Green with envy

Penn States turf researcher Dr. Max Schiossberg discusses recent field testing of Anuvia's new GreenTRX slow-release fertilizer, it's impact on turf , and the benefits of using this kind of product on a golf course. |Read More

Consistent results

It's one thing for a product to perform well in a lab or during a test study. Achieving the same results in the field under a variety of conditions however is a different matter. So the management team at Anuvia the manufacturer of GreenTRX is working to get its product in the hands of the experts, the nation's golf course superintendents. |Read More

Shine on, shine bright with Anuvia

Anuvia Plant Nutrients, with its state-of-the-art, $98 million facility in Zellwood, is adding fresh sparkle to the Florida Sunshine State's commitment to environmental sustainability. |Read More

Company takes innovative approach to new fertilizer

A startup firm - Anuvia - is turning organic waste into slow-release fertilizer. Sitting in a room Hugh MacGillivray, executive vise president, marketing and business development, it was clear that a company startup presentation was about to begin. In a one-on-one briefing he shared a look at his company's product and how it's made. |Read More



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