Year-End Review & Looking Forward

As we look back at 2021 and forward to 2022, we thought we’d outline a few points that were notable and some trends that are on our radar.



Review – 2021


In 2021 we helped make farming investments work better. By incorporating our AGT-50 into farming operations of all varieties, we saw a wide-range of benefits. AGT-50 is the best source of fulvic, amino, organic acids, chelated minerals, and trace elements available.


While the demand for AGT-50 has increased this past year, we have also proven major benefits for cannabis, aquaponics, and organic soil usage through extensive testing. We and our customers are extremely proud of this fact. AGT-50 works, and it works extremely well!



2021 Blog Posts (click to open the links)


Looking Forward – 2022


For AgTonik, there are several things we’re working on including turf, aquaponics, cut flowers, and extending the shelf life of specialty produce. More on those innovations as the year progresses.


The agriculture industry is changing. From producing more food to developing a sustainable supply chain, agriculture will continue to be an evolving field. One of the major trends in agriculture is innovation and change. For example, one of the innovations that has been recently introduced is a water lentil or pea protein as a meat substitute which could address scarcity concerns for both organic livestock and vegetables.


The agriculture industry is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the population. Whether it is through innovation or enhancement, agriculture will continue to play a vital role in our society.


As we see what 2022 holds for us, here at AgTonik, we are making a difference and enhancing lives through advanced micronutrients.



To assist with achieving optimal performance, we recommend considering the outstanding results of the above scientific findings. Science has proven again and again that a well-rounded health and growth program can no doubt help reach your desired outputs.


For more information on AgTonik information for livestock, soil, specialty produce, and more, contact us today.

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