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AMS Presents at International Conference on Enhanced-Efficiency Fertilizers

Fertilizer industry introduced to biochemical-based approach to enhancing fertilizer efficiency


PILOT POINT, TX – March 23, 2010 – Advanced Microbial Solutions, LLC
(AMS), a leading agricultural technology company, today presented at the International Conference on Enhanced-Efficiency Fertilizers in Miami, FL. Dr. Bob Ames, Senior Vice President of AMS, spoke about the use of biological inputs to enhance fertilizer use efficiency. The conference is hosted annually by the International Fertilizer Association (IFA), a professional association of the global fertilizer industry, and New Ag International, an international magazine specializing in high technology for world agriculture, with a primary focus on crop nutrition and water management.

“The conference is a unique opportunity for the fertilizer industry to collaborate on innovative ideas to improve fertilizer efficiency and meet the needs of sustainable agriculture,” said Ames. “We are pleased to share our biochemical-based approach, which has been shown to increase yields and allow growers to get the most out of their fertilizer program.”

AMS has spearheaded the field of biochemical-based products to make sustainable agriculture a reality for the international agriculture industry. The company has developed a unique fertilizer catalyst platform that interacts with a broad range of fertilizer nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, sulfur and calcium. This approach results in enhanced fertilizer efficiency and increased yields for growers. The fertilizer catalyst can easily be integrated into a wide range of fertilizer programs, making it a practical option for commercial growers internationally.

About AMS

AMS is an agricultural technology company leading the development of applied, biochemical-based solutions for plant nutrition. AMS helps growers adapt to the rapidly changing demands of agriculture so that they have the most effective tools to improve sustainability and increase yields.

 

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