Anuvia Plant Nutrients promotes sustainable agriculture

Winter Garden, FL, Sept. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Anuvia Plant Nutrients, an innovator in sustainable plant nutrients, today announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute (JGI) to advance discoveries that make farmers who wish to improve sustainable soil health practices, deliver new state-of-the-art phytonutrient technologies.

The JGI research team, led by Trent Northen, is conducting a series of analytical chemical experiments on various plant raw materials and soil samples from Anuvia’s research plots. Researchers designed a fabricated ecosystem device (EcoFAB) that reveals the mechanisms underlying the interactions between plants and their microbial root communities. By combining the powerful tools of liquid chromatography (LC) and mass spectrometry (MS), JGI can precisely measure microbial changes to identify product-specific organic compounds that support the growth of beneficial microbes.

“Leveraging JGI’s technology and expertise enables us to more quickly identify the qualities of organic raw materials that improve soil microbiome and health, while efficiently releasing nutrients that are critical to plant health,” said Shawn Semones, Vice President for research and development at Anuvia Plant Nutrients. “Our collaboration with JGI will drive the development of technologically advanced products that enable agriculture to manage and manage land in a balanced way. On the manufacturing side, these new technologies will optimize the use of renewable natural resources and reduce waste streams while driving a circular business model. “

Currently, Anuvia makes highly efficient, sustainable bio-based fertilizers that deliver consistent, slow-release multi-nutrients and reintroduce organics into the soil that stimulate food for microbes to multiply. Slow-release technology allows more nutrients to be used, reducing nutrient loss through leaching or volatilization. The result is higher crop yields and improved soil health that deliver better yields for the farmer while reducing the impact on the planet.

“This project is a fantastic opportunity for us to use our EcoFAB and metabolomics skills to gain insight into how Anuvia products support sustainable plant and microbial growth and ultimately better crop yields,” said Nigel Mouncey, JGI Director .

“We anticipate this collaboration will fuel our efforts to continually improve bioinformed resource management strategies in the field and improve the bottom line for farmers,” said Semones. “It’s really a win-win situation for the bioeconomy and for the environment.”

About Anuvia plant nutrients

Anuvia Plant Nutrients makes highly efficient, sustainable bio-based fertilizers for the agricultural, lawn and lawn care industries. Based in Winter Garden, Florida, the company has developed and used a unique technology that not only optimizes nutrient availability and efficiency for plants, but also improves soil health, conserves natural resources and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Anuvia strives to provide easy-to-use, profitable, and sustainable solutions to customers, their communities, and global agriculture. To learn more about Anuvia Plant Nutrients – GreenTRX for lawns and turf, SymTRX for agriculture – visit www.anuviaplantnutrients.com.

Via the Joint Genome Institute

The Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute, a DOE Office of Science User Facility at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is committed to advancing genomics in support of DOE missions related to clean energy generation and environmental characterization and remediation. JGI offers integrated high-throughput sequencing and computational analysis that enable system-based scientific approaches to these challenges. Follow @jgi on Twitter.

The DOE’s Office of Science is the largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States, working to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time. More information is available at http://science.energy.gov.

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