MustGrow Biologics announces company has received approval for TerraSante in Washington State

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MustGrow Biologics chief executive officer Corey Giasson joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news regarding the approval of TerraSante crop fertilizer and soil amendment products by the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

This development comes on the heels of MustGrow Biologics receiving organic compliance certification from the USDA National Organic Program.

With the approval from the Washington State Department of Agriculture, TerraSante product sales can now commence in Washington State. The company is actively working on a sales and marketing commercialization strategy for the 2024 planting season. Additionally, registration efforts are progressing rapidly in other key US states.

TerraSante is a soil amendment in mixable form that contains nutritious plant proteins and carbohydrates designed to nourish soil microbes. These microbes play a crucial role in enhancing beneficial microbial activity and ensuring long-term sustainable soil health.

By fostering these targeted micro-communities, TerraSante has the potential to improve nutrient availability, increase plant vigor and yields, and reduce plant stress.

MustGrow Biologics' commitment to developing sustainable and innovative solutions for agriculture is reflected in the approval and certification of TerraSante. With expanding access to this valuable soil amendment, the company aims to contribute to the improvement of soil health and agricultural productivity in Washington State and beyond.

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