PRESTON, England, February 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Plant Impact and Agrovista UK are pleased to announce that they have entered into an exclusive agreement for the distribution and marketing of Plant Impact's leading crop enhancement product, InCa®.
"We are delighted to be working with Agrovista to develop the market for InCa in United Kingdom and Ireland" explained John Brubaker, CEO of Plant Impact. "Their experienced team of field agronomists and longstanding relationships with many of the UK's most professional growers make Agrovista the ideal marketing partner for Plant Impact."
InCa's® calcium delivery system allows plants to absorb calcium and distribute it to tissues that might otherwise become deficient. It plays an important role in improving the marketable yield and produce quality of high-value crops such as potatoes, brassicas and leafy salad.
John Lockett, Purchasing and Logistics Director at Agrovista, added "Agrovista are pleased to be partnering Plant Impact with this novel product range and we have seen outstanding results from using InCa® on key crops. We are delighted to be the exclusive distributor to deliver this innovative technology to professional growers across the UK."
"This agreement builds upon the successful working relationship that our two companies have developed over a number of seasons" confirmed Plant Impact's UK Sales Manager, Andy Aspinall. "Furthermore, Agrovista is highly capable partner to connect this innovative technology with practical use in the field."
Plant Impact is a UK-based agricultural bioscience company that develops and markets crop enhancement and specialty nutrition products to deliver yield and quality benefits for growers. The company was formed in 2003 and is listed on the UK AIM stock exchange (LON:PIM).
Agrovista UK is a leading provider of specialist agronomy, business advice and crop protection products to UK agriculture, horticulture and amenity markets and is part of the international Marubeni Corporation. Agrovista back up their experience and knowledge with the most advanced and comprehensive range of agronomy trials in Great Britain covering all major crops.
SOURCE Plant Impact and Agrovista UK