Aquatrols is pleased to announce its membership in the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA). Established in 1883, the ASTA is the industry’s leading advocate for the development, marketing, and movement of quality seed and associated products and services throughout the world.
Aquatrols will soon commercialize its line of novel seed enhancement coatings and is currently in talks with potential partners for worldwide distribution of the technology. The patent-pending Aquatrols Seed Enhancement Technology, which has proven to significantly aid in plant establishment in both wettable and non-wettable soils, could have major implications in the agricultural industry worldwide.
“Aquatrols is committed to a long-term involvement in the seed industry and we see our membership in the ASTA as an important part of that commitment,” said Nick Gadd, Aquatrols’ Director of Global Marketing.
Aquatrols is the leading provider of soil surfactant and other technologies used to optimize soil-water-plant interactions. Since introducing the world’s first commercially sold soil surfactant in 1955, Aquatrols has committed itself to researching and developing new technologies to change the way the world grows. For more information on Aquatrols and its products, please visit www.aquatrols.com.
About the American Seed Trade Association
Founded in 1883, the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) is one of the oldest trade organizations in the United States. Its membership consists of over 700 companies involved in seed production and distribution, plant breeding, and related industries in North America. As an authority on plant germplasm, ASTA advocates science and policy issues of industry-wide importance. For more, please visit www.amseed.com.
Comments are closed.