Join us and Avé Organics, on Wednesday, September 1st at 12 p.m. CST, to learn about their newest organic fertilizer VydaTilth Auctus.
In 2018, after seeing first-hand how organic growers struggle to source plant nutrients, the Wilbur-Ellis research and development team went looking for a solution. Two years later, they discovered a new product and brought manure-derived organic fertilizer products to growers across the U.S. — VydaPreme™ and VydaTilth™.
After seeing grower acceptance for these products, Wilbur-Ellis recognized the demand and continued to develop technology and products for organic growers. Subsequently, Avé Organics was founded in 2020to handle the sale and distribution of VydaPreme and VydaTilth, two novel organic products derived from raw animal manure.
With more work to be done, Avé Organics continues to seek other new technologies that offer safe and environmental methods to properly utilize animal manure.
During this webinar, you will hear from Loran Kaiser (General Manager of Avé Organics) as well as Stan Buman (Business Development Manager at Avé Organics). You will learn about their newest fertilizer, VydaTilth Auctus, derived from poultry manure, which supplies sustainable, consistent, and available plant nutrition for certified organic crops.
The physical makeup of VydaTilth™ allows for easy, uniform spreading with commonly available farm equipment, such as a dry spinner fertilizer applicator, strip-till unit or manure spreader. Plus: growers appreciate the reduced smell of VydaTilth, thanks to lower ammonia levels. VydaTilth Auctus is OMRI listed, so growers can be assured their crops’ organic status remains intact.
More information about our presenters:
Loran Kaiser is the general manager and co-developer of Avé Organics. Loran was raised on a crop and livestock farm in Nebraska, graduated from the University of Nebraska in Agricultural Business and has worked in agriculture sales for the past 18 years.
Stan Buman is the business development manager at Avé Organics. Stand grew up on corn and livestock farm in Iowa, graduated from Iowa State University in Agronomy, has a background working with NRCS to develop rules & regulations, co-owned and operated Agren, Inc. and developed and designed software platform for soil and water conservation.
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We look forward to seeing you at this webinar.