Nov 11, 2021
Sym-Agro and Asfertglobal announce exclusive distributorship

Sym-Agro has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Asfertglobal, a producer of biostimulants, biocontrol solutions and crop stress management. This agreement allows Sym-Agro the sole rights to sell Asfertglobal’s line of high-quality zero-residue products in the Western United States.

Asfertglobal produces biocontrol solutions and stress mitigation products based on the use of micro-organisms originating from natural resources. The goal is to offer growers the potential for higher yields and superior quality crops while reducing MRL and environmental concerns.

“This partnership allows two companies who share similar values and goals to work together to bring the best effective and innovative solutions to growers in the Western U.S.,” Sym-Agro President Peter Bierma said in a news release. “We at Sym-Agro are looking forward to being able to offer customers a new line of products to help them solve agronomic challenges.”

The first product to rollout will be Eckosil Shield – a cuticle enhancer which provides an internal shield to help plants manage potential stress.

Sym-Agro is dedicated to introducing innovative zero residue fungicides, biologicals, and insecticides to the high value ag markets. Headquartered in Visalia, California, Sym-Agro’s focus is to represent, develop and acquire high-quality products to anticipate the evolving markets for pest control. The company offers a growing portfolio of unique products and novel formulations.

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Asfertglobal, is a company that produces biocontrol solutions, biofertilizers and biostimulants based on the use of microorganisms and new organic molecules originating from natural sources, which maximize in a sustainable way the yield potential of crops, always focusing on solutions that meet the needs of clients. Asfertglobal produces unique and innovative formulations, the result of investment in R & D in partnership with the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon, which help to practice a more sustainable agriculture, more ecological and consequently, with zero impact on the environment.

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