Acadian Plant Health has revealed ‘Sea Beyond’ as its new branding and vision for innovative biostimulant solutions.
“Our ‘Sea Beyond’ launch is our new vision, leadership and commitment to providing innovative and sustainable solutions for global agriculture,” says Nelson Gibson, president, Acadian Plant Health. “We are challenging conventional thinking to ‘Sea Beyond’ the way the biostimulant industry delivers agricultural solutions that respond to the growing global demand for food and climate stress.”
The announcement builds on the company’s leadership position in the global biostimulant sector, to become the leading crop abiotic stress management company with patented seaweed core technology. Acadian Plant Health research and development delivers sea-to-land, science-based solutions, proven to alleviate crop stress from factors like drought, heat, chill, salinity and nutrient deficiencies, while still maintaining and improving the productivity of the crop. Acadian Plant Health products are designed and created as unique active ingredient solutions that will both stand-alone and fit into other technologies to solve key agricultural challenges.
“The more we spoke with our customers, the more we realized that there is a misconception of ‘either/or’ when it comes to performance and sustainability,” says Gibson. “There is a perception that you couldn’t get the yield you needed with ‘eco-friendly’ products. But we’re challenging this conventional thinking. Working together with our industry partners, our biostimulants promise stronger yielding crops in a sustainable manner, which we have been proving with science for the past 40 years.”
Acadian Plant Health opened its second Formulation Centre of Excellence in Malvern, U.K, in December 2021. The facility is designed to tailor proprietary formulations for the company’s partners. The company’s first Centre of Excellence is in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Acadian Plant Health is a division of Acadian Seaplants Ltd, which is the largest independent marine plant harvesting, cultivation and extraction company in the world.
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