Aug 9, 2022
Meristem, Stoller form product development, marketing alliance

Meristem Crop Performance Group and Stoller announced a strategic product development and marketing alliance focused on distributing Stoller’s biostimulant technology while offering even more quality solutions through Meristem’s growing network of dealer-partners.

“Stoller’s reputation for developing quality plant-performance solutions to help farmers make the most of every crop is second to none,” Mitch Eviston, founder and CEO of Meristem Crop Performance, said in a news release. “We are thrilled to be selected as a Stoller go-to-market partner for their PGRs (plant growth regulators) all across the American Midwest.”

Eviston said Stoller, one of the largest biostimulant companies in the world, will help Meristem with assuring a reliable supply of needed products as well as navigating the regulatory issues associated with boosting innovations to U.S. farmers. Based in Houston, Stoller is a global company with 17 subsidiaries and sales in more than 70 countries.

“Our products and technologies offer proven plant-performance solutions to ensure optimum ROI (return on investment) for farmers,” Greg Warren, Stoller regional vice president. “Meristem Crop Performance shares our vision of helping farmers grow more with less,” he said in the release. “Stoller is elated with this alliance with Meristem to develop beneficial, innovative technology solutions to benefit farmers.

Warren said Stoller is a global leader in plant physiology research.

“Stoller’s biostimulant products provide crops with a balance between nutritional and natural plant hormone levels, to help today’s farmers break through yield and quality barriers,” he said.

Stoller’s approach has been described as “unleashing the power of the plant.”

“This alliance fits perfectly with our desire to bring innovation to more acres faster,” said Rob McClelland, Meristem president and chief marketing officer, in the release. “We’ve had solid success with products such as Excavator, Hopper Throttle and Revline. Teaming with Stoller will further boost our ability to bring more innovative products to more farmers and more acres faster.”


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