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Anuvia Plant Nutrients introduces new bio-fertilizer to Canada farmers

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World Fertilizer,


Anuvia Plant Nutrients has announced that its new SymTRX10S™ sustainable, bio-based fertilizer is now registered and available for farmers in Canada. The product aims to increase crop yield, improve soil health and minimise environmental impacts.

“Anuvia's SymTRX10S provides farmers a sustainable high-efficiency plant nutrient product that returns up to 15% organic matter to the soil to feed the soil microbiome and improve soil health,” says Hugh MacGillivray, Anuvia's Chief Commercial Officer. “SymTRX10S is plug and play, requiring no changes in current handling practices. It can be used alone or be integrated into traditional fertilizer blends.”

SymTRX10S technology converts and repurposes organic materials, transforming them into high performance, sustainable fertilizers. In addition to providing essential nutrients to growing crops, SymTRX10S returns organic matter to the soil, feeding the soil microbes. Nutrients are efficiently delivered to crops when needed most and in plant available forms. More nutrients are used and less are lost to the environment through leaching and volatility. Soil health is improved while greenhouse gases are reduced.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/product-news/06112020/anuvia-plant-nutrients-introduces-new-bio-fertilizer-to-canada-farmers/

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