Presidion Ag Announces Patent Allowance

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Florida-based Presidion Ag is pleased to announce the technology behind their Nitrogen Efficiency product Neon Laser(TM) for Anhydrous Ammonia has received “Notice of Allowance” from the United States Patents and Trademark office.

Presidion Ag is the exclusive licensed seller of these technologies in the USA for Eco World Research and Development Group, led by President and CEO, David McKnight.

“Presidion is the right license partner for us in taking these innovations to market in the United States and we are pleased to be able to enter the market quickly after many years of hard work and research on this project,” said McKnight.

“Based on the improved results, this chemistry platform of preserving Cyano groups is key to optimizing Cyanoguanidine performance and is without a doubt the next wave of nitrogen protection and a significant breakthrough to help prevent nitrogen loss,” added Presidion Ag president Ray Perkins. “Other new Anhydrous Ammonia efficiency technologies have high load rates and do not significantly preserve the Cyano group bond, and the traditional technologies have significant challenges such as corrosion and restrictions in handling, and this chemistry does not have those operational issues” said Perkins.

Neon Laser is a non-corrosive, easy to use, highly concentrated Cyanoguanidine product for Anhydrous Ammonia applications. Test results show outstanding results versus both traditional technologies and other recently introduced products.

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