Cytozyme Chosen to Present at the 12th New AG International Conference and Exhibition

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Warsaw, Poland January 23, 2014–Cytozyme Laboratories, Inc., as a leading supplier of innovative and sustainable nutritional products and solutions for agricultural and animal production, takes pride in seeking an active role in the premier industry body New Ag International; the prominent international magazine specializing in all news involving the high tech agriculture sector around the world. Cytozyme is proud to announce its involvement in the 12th New Ag International Conference & Exhibition in Warsaw, Poland from March 26 – 28, 2014. Dr. Pawel Wiatrak, Director of Technical Support for Cytozyme, will be presenting a paper on “Impact of Enhanced Seed Nutrition on Plant Resistance to Abiotic Stress and Crop Production.”

The New Ag International Conference & Exhibition is the world’s leading annual industry event for high tech agriculture. More than 320 people representing 210 companies from 46 countries will attend this year’s conference in Warsaw. The program will consist of lectures and papers from leading experts in private and public research sectors, commercial sectors on specialty plant nutrition, irrigation, integrated pest management and biological plant protection, sensors, and information technology applied to crop management, development of biocontrol products and prospects of greenhouse cropping.

Dr. Wiatrak’s paper was one of eight selected papers, out of an overwhelming number of submitted paper proposals, which far exceeded the available time for speaking as stated by the Conference Committee. This paper will be presented during a session aiming at introducing the benefits of new commercial products as viable inputs in sustainable agriculture. The agriculture industry is dominated by products and solutions to manage biotic stress, however not many good products manage abiotic stress. Cytozyme products target abiotic market segments to optimize nutritional value of crops with complete soil to shelf solutions. The abstract submitted by Dr. Wiatrak focuses on helping plants to overcome stress and improve yields through seed nutrition. This research was conducted by Cytozyme scientists in cooperation with researchers at independent research facilities.

This is Cytozyme’s second presentation and participation with a conference sponsored by New Ag International.

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For over 40-years, Cytozyme has been committed to feed the world responsibly by delivering high performance, proven soil-to-shelf crop solutions using innovative technology and rigorous quality controls. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cytozyme is trusted by progressive growers around the world. Feet-on-the-farm expertise is provided through its industry-respected leadership, a global network of in-country expert managers and select retail distributors. For more information, visit: www.cytozyme.com.

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