Tidal Grow® AgriScience, a company specializing in agricultural solutions, has officially launched its innovative product portfolio to address the agriculture industry’s most pressing challenges, including labor, nutrient runoff, weather, and regulatory issues. By leveraging novel technologies, Tidal Grow’s offerings deliver an impressive return on investment (ROI) for growers and provide unprecedented plant nutrition and crop protection effectiveness.
Tidal Grow® AgriScience’s CEO, Kevin Hammill, stated that their main objective is to assist farmers and growers in maximizing their profits, increasing their yields, and safeguarding their resources while reducing their environmental impact. Their products are designed to integrate seamlessly into existing production practices, resulting in better performance and reduced traditional crop inputs. Tidal Grow is thrilled to bring their products to the market and promote a healthier planet and population.
Tidal Grow’s Integra Technology is poised to significantly impact the $100 billion-plus crop protection and fertilizer markets by engineering the delivery of fertilizers, such as nitrogen, and crop protection products to crops or target pathogens. The technology uses one of Earth’s powerful biomolecules to solve growers’ significant problems. This combination of biology and chemistry revolutionizes agriculture by increasing the efficiency of cropping inputs.
alignN™, the first fertilizer built on Integra Technology, delivers nitrogen to crops more effectively, resulting in higher yields per unit of fertilizer and a reduced carbon footprint for the industry. In addition, tidal Grow offers a Bioactive portfolio that includes Tidal Grow Spectra for crop protection and Pacific Gro Oceanic and Sea Phos, organic carbon-based fertilizers listed by OMRI. All of these products support regenerative practices.
With its groundbreaking solutions, Tidal Grow AgriScience aims to transform the agriculture industry, allowing farmers and growers to enjoy higher profits and increased crop yields while minimizing their environmental impact.