Nachurs Separates Solutions

Nachurs Alpine Solutions now has individual product brands for the U.S. and Canadian markets.

All fertilizers sold in the U.S. will now be under the brand name of NACHURS. All fertilizers sold in Canadian market will now be sold under the brand name of ALPINE.

Na-Churs Plant Food Co. acquired Alpine Plant Foods in 1998 and subsequently formed Nachurs Alpine Solutions. Both companies pioneered seed-safe starter fertilizers in their respective markets. Nachurs Alpine Solutions has a strong presence in the Midwest and West Coast markets as the quality choice in starter and foliar fertilizers. The ALPINE brand is the number one starter choice in the Ontario and western Canada market.

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