Phytelligence, a leading agricultural biotechnology company revolutionizing the way food crops are grown, today announced that it will accept grower order introductions made by agricultural engineer, Ing. Agr. Jorge Aragón – through JANUS Management and Consulting. This decision will catalyze discussions for the sale of rootstocks and finished trees throughout the country of Argentina. Phytelligence will bring its advanced MultiPHY™ technology to South America to meet the needs of growers looking to plant new land or rebuild existing orchards. The MultiPHY™ process provides disease- and virus-free, identity-confirmed plant material to growers, helping them save money by providing them the largest volumes of the highest quality plants that fruit faster than the competition.
Aragón has extensive knowledge of Phytelligence’s capabilities, as well as a deep understanding of the specific needs of Argentinian growers. Phytelligence will work together with Aragón to fulfill orders in the desired quantities.
“We’re looking forward to facilitating the delivery of superior quality trees to the growers of Argentina through Ing. Agr. Jorge Aragón,” said Phytelligence CEO, Ken Hunt. “Our mission is to serve growers across the globe, and our connection with Aragón and JANUS Management and Consulting brings us one step closer to accomplishing this goal.”
To inquire about ordering please contact:
Ing. Agr. Jorge Aragón
Mobile: +59 9 299 571 1049
Paul Nelson, Phytellgience
Mobile: +1 509–860-2400
Phytelligence is an agricultural biotechnology company that is revolutionizing food crops. Utilizing its proprietary growing techniques to provide superior quality crops, Phytelligence enables higher grower profit by increasing speed to harvest while reducing input costs. Phytelligence provides additional value to food crop growers and plant breeders through the application of advanced genetics enabling delivery of accurate plants, disease screening, plant repository services, securing of intellectual property, and the ability to co-develop new varieties of food crops. In addition, Phytelligence has a growing pipeline of biological and compound solutions aimed at improving returns throughout the food crop value chain.
Phytelligence was founded in 2012 by Dr. Amit Dhingra, Associate Professor of Horticulture Genomics and Biotechnology Research at Washington State University. Phytelligence is headquartered in Seattle with labs and greenhouses in Burien, Washington, Pullman, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Currently, Phytelligence has more than 100 employees and continues to grow.