What We Know About Anuvia Shutting Down

    Mid season cotton. Photo: Jerry Goodson, OSU

    Via social media late last week, former Anuvia leaders have confirmed the company is suspending operations and liquidating assets. Farm Journal has confirmed this news, but the company does not have a statement or any further details to share.

    In 2020, Anuvia had built out its production at a former Mosaic site in Plant City, Fla., after ramping up its technology and business for five years. Its first commercially available products were made in 2020 using a a patented proprietary process that transforms reclaimed organic matter into high-performance plant nutrients.

    The company had formulations for ag and turf markets, but forecasted 90% of its sales to be into the ag market. Anuvia had built ag retail partners including Nutrien, Southern States, Wedgeworth’s, GFG Ag Services, and others.

    Other partners included Mosaic and Novozymes. Mosaic worked with Anuvia for its Susterra product.

    Then company CEO Amy Yoder told The Scoop in 2020, ““When we talk to the general population, we have a powerful message in creating a circular economy by taking waste materials and repurposing while keeping it out of the landfill. With the negative press about agriculture’s impact on water quality, Anuvia products are a practical way to bring enhanced efficiency fertilizer that improve nutrient efficiency and also improve soil health resulting in less nutrient loss into the environment. SymTRX can be used alone or blended with traditional fertilizer for all crops.”


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