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Sustainability and Profitability, Together

We believe that supplying healthy water and soil for the next generation is just as important as supplying efficient nutrients for every crop farmers grow. For us, sustainability and profitability go hand in hand. That’s why we have dedicated ourselves to providing prescriptive nutrient use efficiency solutions that improve plant uptake and reduce fertilizer loss, helping preserve the environment and make the most of your investment.

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Advancing Research in NUE Technology Solutions for Specialty Growers

Verdesian’s diverse portfolio includes types of technologies that influence plant growth and development in many different ways, with Verdesian’s Early Technology Validation team assessing new technologies that have viable opportunities within our pipeline of Nutrient Use Efficiency (NUE) technologies.

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Verdesian Growth Expansion Continues

Cary, North Carolina based Verdesian Life Sciences is continuing to expand its technology, talent, tools to serve retailers and growers across the US and globally.

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Phosphorus Application and Reducing Phosphorus Runoff
Phosphorus Application and Reducing Phosphorus...

You know Phosphorus is essential to the success of your crops. You also know how hard it can be to keep Phosphorus where it’s applied. Being one of the three necessary macronutrients vital to plant health (Nitrogen and Potassium being the other two), you want to see 100% nutrient intake when you spend time and […]

Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Dan Crossley
Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Da...

Farm and family life are inextricably linked to Dan Crossley. After all, the lifelong Idaho native was raised on the family farm – where he learned the jobs and the value of hard work by his wonderful parents. It was on that farm where Dan learned to milk cows, build and repair fences, haul hay […]

Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Amy Burton
Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Am...

It shouldn’t be surprising that someone whose career and education focused on crop physiology, plant nutrition, root biology and more would go to work every single day with a goal of developing ag breakthroughs. Amy Burton does just that.

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