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Anuvia Plant Nutrients and Audubon International Team Up For Multi-Year Study of Sustainable Practices for Golf

Anuvia Plant Nutrients and Audubon International announce a partnership that will include a multi-year study to evaluate the environmental, sustainability and performance benefits of Anuvia’s bio-based GreenTRX™ fertilizer for golf courses that are involved in the Audubon’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP). In addition, through the partnership, they will mutually promote environmentally sustainable property management practices for businesses and communities. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Names Michael Hoger Vice President of Sales - Agriculture

Anuvia Plant Nutrients, an environmentally sustainable plant nutrient company, welcomes Michael Hoger, as its new vice president of Sales – Agriculture. He joins the Anuvia team to lead the company’s efforts to market SymTRX™, Anuvia’s bio-based enhanced efficiency plant nutrients developed for the agricultural markets. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients to Reopen Mosaic Plant City Facility as Second Florida Location

Anuvia Plant Nutrients has entered into a long-term strategic relationship with The Mosaic Company to help meet the increased demand for its biobased sustainable and environmentally friendly plant nutrients. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Names Neyhouse Regional Sales Manager- Agriculture

Anuvia Plant Nutrients, an environmentally sustainable plant nutrient company, is pleased to announce that Don Neyhouse is joining the company as regional Sales manager––Agriculture. In this new position, Neyhouse will be responsible for the development of SymTRX™ sales in the Midwest. SymTRX is Anuvia’s sustainable enhanced efficiency slow-release plant nutrient products developed for the agricultural markets. |Read More

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Expands Manufacturing & Supply Chain Operations’ Staff

Anuvia Plant Nutrients recently named Chris Larson senior vice president, Operations and Research & Development and Don Warren vice president, Supply Chain. Larson comes with a track record for quality, development and a high-level experience having led teams in multi-million-dollar manufacturing facilities, creating state of the art processes and establishing clear pathways to success. |Read More


Anuvia Plant Nutrients announced today the results of an independent study on the agtech startup’s positive environmental impact. Environmental Resources Management (ERM), a leading global environmental consulting firm, verified the sustainability impact of Anuvia’s technology on corn, rice and cotton. |Read More

Environmental Leader Names Anuvia Plant Nutrients’ SymTRX “2019 Product of the Year”

Today, Anuvia Plant Nutrients, a Florida-based agricultural technology company, is proud to announce that its product SymTRXTM, an enhanced efficiency plant nutrient, was selected as an Environmental Leader 2019 Product of the Year. Judged by an independent panel of industry and environmental experts, the winners are chosen based on the success of their product or by its impact on their industry. |Read More

Fast Company Honors Anuvia Plant Nutrients with “World Changing Ideas Award” in Food

Anuvia Plant Nutrients is helping large-scale farms reduce greenhouse gases by up to 32 percent. Now according to Fast Company, this new agricultural technology joins the likes of IBM and Siemens as a “world changing idea.” |Read More

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients Wins 2019 BIG Innovation Award for AgTech Innovation

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients is proud to announce it has been named a winner in the 2019 BIG Innovation Awards presented by the Business Intelligence Group. The Innovation Awards recognize organizations that bring new, world-changing ideas to life. |Read More

Anuvia™ Expands Sales Team, Farnsworth Named Regional Sales Manager – Eastern Division

Anuvia™ Plant Nutrients names Keith Farnsworth Regional Sales Manager – Eastern Division. Farnsworth will focus on SymTRX™ agricultural sales and market development covering the Eastern states from the Carolinas up to New York State. SymTRX is an enhanced-efficiency, multi-nutrient, slow-release fertilizer that fits the needs of crop production while also adhering to the highest standards of sustainability and environmental stewardship. The product helps growers realize increased yields while also improving soil health. |Read More

Anuvia in the Media

The role of fertilizers in sustainable food production

Food retailers’ ability to meet consumer demand relies on farm level sustainability. Today’s consumers increasingly want to know what is in the foods they purchase and if they were produced using sustainably sourced ingredients. In turn, major food retailers are stepping up their involvement in partnering with crop input suppliers and farmers at the field level.|Read More

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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