Salt Lake Trib

Aqua-Yield was recently featured in The Salt Lake Tribune:

“Aqua-Yield’s innovation reduces or enlarges the size of fertilizer particles so they’re nanosize — anything between 1 and 100 nanometers, which are one-billionth of a meter — then combines them with ultra pure water. The combination results in a molecular shield, which the company calls its ‘Nano-Shield’, as water molecules surround the smaller fertilizer particles. According to farmers who have used the processed fertilizer, it improves plant health and greatly increases yields.”

Agricultural Journal

Our Nanotechnology and research was recently featured in Agricultural Research and Technology:

“While still in relative infancy, emerging nanotechnology based products are commanding significant attention in the agricultural field. A growing body of research has shown NPs can enable significant reductions in raw amounts of a grochemicals and application frequency in broad agricultural production systems. These technologies pair well with existing irrigation and a grochemical delivery infrastructure, including fertigation, tank-spraying, fogging, etc., common in the majority of production contexts ranging from large-scale grain, to specialty crop systems.”

To read the full article visit https://juniperpublishers.com/artoaj/ARTOAJ.MS.ID.555803.php

Aqua-Yield won four American Business Awards, or Stevies.

Aqua-Yield was awarded the Gold Stevie small Company of the Year in the energy category.

Aqua-Yield also won three bronze Stevie Awards as small Company of the Year in Manufacturing, Energy Innovation of the Year and a singular honor for the company’s Chief Science Officer, PhD Landon Bunderson, as New Product Developer of the Year. Continue reading “Aqua-Yield won four American Business Awards, or Stevies.”

Aqua-Yield, Leader in Nano-technology Fertilizers, Wins National Recognition

-Utah Company Continues to Impress on Large Scale-

National recognition continues to flow to Draper, Utah’s Aqua-Yield fertilizer technology company. This week, Aqua-Yield won four American Business Awards, or Stevies. Stevie is the Greek word meaning, “crowned”. Continue reading “Aqua-Yield, Leader in Nano-technology Fertilizers, Wins National Recognition”

Two New Hires Bring Valued Experience to Growing Aqua-Yield Staff

Draper, UT — In a move to further enhance dedicated research and develop-ment operations, the nation’s leading developer of nano-technology fertilizer, Aqua-Yield, today announces the hiring of Britney Hunter and Emma Kroon Van Diest. The hirings were announced by Aqua-Yield’s CEO and Co-founder, Clark T. Bell

Ms. Hunter is a research agronomist and will assist with both overall R&D pro-jects as well as Aqua-Yield’s marketing and communication. Continue reading “Two New Hires Bring Valued Experience to Growing Aqua-Yield Staff”