How Nutrient Maximizers Portfolio Benefits Retailers

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This video explains how the new Nutrient Maximizers portfolio can benefit you and your retail operation.

Corteva Agriscience recently announced the creation of its Nutrient Maximizers portfolio. The portfolio consists of four products — three nitrogen stabilizers and one biostimulant — that can help your customers optimize their nitrogen management each season to get the best possible yield potential.

As part of this portfolio, Corteva also is building a specialized support team dedicated to helping you help your customers protect their fertilizer investments. The team will pair industry-leading products with cutting-edge technologies to build innovative and sustainable solutions. Each team member will have a dedicated territory in order to offer geographically specific nutrient management advice based on criteria such as climate, weather, soil type and nitrogen-application timing. 

The Nutrient Maximizers team members will work alongside current Corteva territory mangers to ensure you and your customers get the right nitrogen management solutions.

Corteva is actively hiring the Nutrient Maximizers team now, and Brittany Loewen has already been named sales leader for the portfolio. Loewen will lead this new team of technical experts. She has 14 years of experience in the agriculture business and was a retail channel leader prior to stepping into this new role. 

The team will be there to answer your questions about what products and practices will work best for your customers and their unique farming operations. Here’s a rundown of the four products that are currently in the Nutrient Maximizers portfolio: 


Watch the video above for a closer look at what this announcement means for retailers like you. William Wynn, product manager for Nutrient Maximizers, walks through the benefits this new team can bring to you and your customers.

Instinct NXTGEN®, PinnitMax® TG and Utrisha N nutrient efficiency optimizer are not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Do not fall-apply anhydrous ammonia south of Highway 16 in the state of Illinois. Always read and follow label directions.