Second Wave online magazine inteviewed AgTonik CEO Andrew Bruex about the company's future in supplying the cannibis growing industry with fulvic acid. According to the article: As the cannabis industry continues to grow around the country, entrepreneurs everywhere are beginning to get to work. They're finding that aside from the obvious array of accessory- and retail-driven marketplaces, there is also room for agricultural businesses like Kalamazoo-based AgTonik, LLC fill su
Two Kalamazoo entrepreneurs have launched AgTonik LLC to manufacture and market products containing an organic compound called fulvic acid that farms, greenhouses and hydroponics operations use to increase yields and promote plant growth. Hydroponics operations that grow cannabis are among the fastest growing segments of customers using this high grade fulvic acid extracted from a mineral deposit AgTonik owns in the Southeast United States, said Andrew Bruex, CEO of AgTonik.
MiBiz news magazine profiled AgTonik and CEO Andrew Bruex in a story on the national and worldwide markets for fulvic acid and its potential to agriculture, hydroponics and the cannabis industry. According to the article: "One Southwest Michigan biotech company wants to leverage a little-known chemical compound to capitalize on the hydroponic and cannabis industries. When AgTonik LLC incorporated in 2014, the company initially produced fulvic acid for use in the nutraceutical
Nuu, the digital voice of the advanced bioeconomy, posted news about AgTonik expanding beyond its roots as a manufacturer of nutraceuticals. According to the article: In Michigan, nutraceutical maker AgTonik is expanding into new markets with its biobased fulvic acid and plans to at least double its business in the coming year with biostimulant launches for hydroponic and cannabis industries. Fulvic acid improves plant’s nutrient delivery. Hydroponics and cannabis are attract