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Media Coverage


December 2013

AgProfessional – “Agricen to host new webinar on crop residue and crop nutrients”

The webinar will discuss how growers can maximize residue breakdown and nutrient release after a late harvest with both corn on corn, corn on soybean, and soybean on corn rotations using biochemical technology.

AgriMarketing.com – “Loveland Products’ Agricen Names New Director of Sales”

Mr. Hauck brings more than 20 years’ experience in agricultural sales and marketing to Agricen. In his role as Director of Sales, he will focus on expanding the reach of Agricen’s partnership with Loveland Products’ biologicals business, which includes the Accomplish LM and Titan PBA fertilizer catalysts


August 2013

Progressive Farmer – “Fine Tune Your Fertilizer Program”

The farm produces enough manure to treat 500 to 600 acres each year. Only acreage with soils containing a higher holding capacity (CEC) receives fall manure applications. Welch uses Accomplish LM…when incorporating manure to reduce leaching on his lighter soils.

No-Till Farmer – “Emerging Biologicals Could Help No-Tillers Get More with Less”

“We’ve spent a lot of time doing university research so we can validate efficacy,” Wolf says, noting that the company has done more than 600 research trials on its products across the U.S.


May 2013

Pilot Point Post-Signal – “Natural Nutrient”

Lanciault described the product as a bio-stimulant for plants that can serve as an additive to the typical fertilizers used by farmers and commercial growers. “It’s our position that this product will improve productivity and yield more crops per acre,” he said.


April 2013

AgProfessional – “White Paper Addresses Biologically Sourced Plant Nutrition Tools”

Agricen and sister company, Agricen Sciences, announced the release of a new white paper titled Growing for the Future: Supporting Sustainable Agriculture with a New Generation of Biologically Sourced Tools for Plant Nutrition.


March 2013

Dallas Business Journal – “Maud Hinchee: Executive People on the Move”

Dr. Hinchee will lead development activities focused on sustainable and efficient plant nutrition technologies.


February 2013 

Dallas Morning News – “Frisco-based Advanced Microbial Solutions changes names to Agricen”

Advanced Microbial Solutions has changed its name to Agricen to better reflect its growth and strategy, the Frisco-based agricultural technology company announced today.

Also covered by AgProfessionalAgriMarketingThe Grower and Midwest Producer