Levity CropScience has signed a distributor in South Africa, giving growers across the country access to its portfolio of ground-breaking products.
The partnership with South African Distributor, TP Hentiq, will see the full portfolio of Levity products; Lono, Indra, Sulis, Albina, Elona and Damu made available to growers in the country following completion of registrations by TP Hentiq’s Alan and Anne Davson. Levity’s fertilisers will help growers produce larger and more resilient yields across crops, including; avocados, bananas, oranges, mangoes, grapes and macadamia.
Alan Davson, TP Hentiq, said: “We are beginning to collect trial results on banana, mango, citrus and avocado and the difference Levity products are making is remarkable. South African farmers will really benefit from having access to these products once registration has been completed.”
Anna Weston, co-managing director, Levity CropScience, said: “This partnership with Alan and Anne Davson at TP Hentiq, will allow growers across South African the chance to increase their yields and make them more resilient with our research-backed fertilisers.
“We are currently holding extensive trials in South Africa on mangos, using Sulis. The preliminary results are extremely positive and we will be releasing the findings in detail soon. Alan and Anne’s experience will be invaluable across southern Africa and we look forward to working with them to benefit growers across the region.
“South Africa is the latest addition to Levity’s portfolio of exports which encompasses Egypt, France, the Philippines, Canada, the UAE and the USA.”