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Azotic registers Encera SC formulation in European Union

York, UK, August 15, 2023 – Azotic Technologies Ltd (Azotic) announced today that EnceraTM systemic nitrogen fixing biological received mutual recognition in the European Union for its SC formulation. “This registration is strategically important for Azotic’s plans to commercialize Encera across the European Union,” said Ray Chyc, CEO of Azotic, “We have received thousands of…

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New hires as Azotic Technologies rolls out sustainable nitrogen in EMEA

Azotic Technologies, the UK start-up spearheading farmers’ transition to sustainable nitrogen-fixation, has announced new appointments to develop and support its strategy for the commercial roll-out of its products within the EMEA region. Harnessing the naturally occurring Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus (Gd), Azotic’s products Envita,® (USA & Canada) and Encera™ (Europe) offer farmers a route to reducing their…

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Sumi Agro Europe has signed an Exclusive Distribution Agreement in Europe

Sumi Agro Europe a marketing and development company belonging to Sumitomo Corporation, and Azotic Technologies, a leading provider of Nitrogen-Fixing biological technologies branded as Encera™(Envita®), are pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive distribution agreement covering various European markets. Encera technology is based on a unique strain of the symbiotic bacteria Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus, which enables…

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Power to the microbe: how agriculture’s nitrogen fix can protect crops

We supported the Future of Food and Farming campaign that launched on Launch Date within the New Scientist and online. Future of Food and Farming looked at raising awareness of global agricultural and food challenges, promoting sustainability, accessibility and innovation and featured insightful content from Tom Tregunno, Global Market Manager, Azotic Technologies Ltd.

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Azotic Registers Encera™ Systemic Nitrogen Fixing Biological in European Union

York, UK | September 15, 2022 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time Azotic Technologies Ltd (Azotic) announced today that EnceraTM systemic nitrogen-fixing biological is now registered in Europe. The first registration has been received through the Danish Agricultural Agency, with mutual recognition in one member state allowing registration into nearly all EU countries. “This registration is strategically important for Azotic’s…

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Azotic hires Thomas Chavez as VP of Global Sales

Chavez brings 30 + years of global sales and business development experience in agriculture Raleigh, NC, February 24, 2022 Azotic North America announces the addition of Thomas Chavez to lead their Global Sales Team. Chavez’ appointment comes at a pivotal time for Azotic as the company accelerates the growth of nitrogen-fixing Envita in existing and…

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How rising fertilizer prices shows a greater need for biologicals

Farmers are no strangers to unpredictable market conditions – day in and day out, they deal with a myriad of challenges both on and off the farm. And just as we are closing the chapter on a particularly challenging year that saw widespread drought across North America, another storm is brewing, and the result is…

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Azotic raises significant funding to accelerate commercialization of sustainable nitrogen solutions in agriculture

  Funding focused on rapid commercialization into Asian markets, new product development and production capacity Raleigh, NC, July 14, 2021 Azotic Technologies Ltd (Azotic) and Virya LLC (Virya) announced today an agreement to fund rapid global expansion of the Azotic sustainable nitrogen solutions business model. Azotic produces EnvitaTM and N-Fix® which lead the biofertility category…

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Market conditions ideal for finding new ways to boost yields

Boost your ROI with Envita™ As you finalize your 2021 crop plans, you might be wondering what not to grow – corn, soy, canola, and even wheat and barley prices are up, and it’s looking like there really are no bad choices.  With commodity prices up, there’s a pretty strong argument to pull out all…

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