Aug 19, 2020
BioSafe Systems adds a soil treatment specialist to its ranks

BioSafe Systems has added Ray Austin to its team, a soil treatment specialist based out of Florida. Austin comes with extensive experience as an agricultural consultant, and over 20 years as a commercial vegetable grower.

Ray Austin

With a degree in business management, Austin has worked as an agronomist with Redox chemical company, and as a master agronomy advisor for Winfield United.

According to a  news release, at BioSafe Systems, he will be working on developing the company’s regenerative soils program from his home state. He’ll be covering the Southeast region and working with BioSafe consultants in Georgia, eastern Tennessee and Texas.

“This is a big gain for BioSafe Systems, as the seasons change. Ray has joined us at the right time to build up and implement soil programs just as agriculture and ornamental professionals are getting ready to winterize their operations and prepare for the upcoming season,” the news release stated.

Outside of work, Austin spends his time with his family: wife, Carissa; twin daughters, Addison and Noelle; and his son, Hunter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information contact BioSafe Systems toll-free at 888-273-3088 or visit biosafesystems.com

 

 

About BioSafe Systems, LLC

BioSafe Systems, LLC are innovators of environmentally sustainable practices and products since 1998. We provide solutions for protecting crops, water and people. Customers, researchers and regulatory agencies have remained at the forefront of our success and willingness to adapt to the ever-changing world around us. BioSafe Systems is a family-owned company whose products are proudly manufactured in the United States.




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