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A solution-focused team advancing innovation in nutrient management and plant nutrition.


Solution Focused. Customer Driven. Environmentally Motivated.


Hunter Swisher
Chief Executive Officer

Passionate environmentalist interested in bringing innovative technologies to market.

Byron Bredael
Director of Sales

Delivering result-driven solutions to ensure positive customer experiences.

Jacquelyeen Budzinski
Human Resources and Accounting

Experienced coordinator tasked with ensuring a compliant and productive workplace.

Bob Young
Chief Commercial Officer

35 plus years of fertilizer and crop protectant experience.

Aaron Waltz, PhD
Chief Technology Officer

20 plus years of research and development experience in the crop protection and chemical manufacturing field.

Stephan Levitsky
Chief Operations Officer

30 Year Environmental / Sustainability Executive with a great passion for sustainability and finding technology to address current material issues.

Board of Directors

Richard Defluri
Board of Directors

Financial specialist experienced in providing funding and guidance for early-stage companies.

Matthew Rhodes
Board of Directors

Accomplished business executive and managing partner for 1855 Capital.

Andrew Spahr
Board of Directors

Director, Primary Nutrient Sales at The Andersons, Inc. and Board Member at Maumee Ventures.

Chris Abbott
Board of Directors

Continental Grain Company

Hunter Swisher
Board of Directors



Lucia von Reusner

Waxman Strategies

Lara Moody

Institute for Feed Education and Research

Charlotte Hebebrand

International Food Policy Research Institute

Sean Buttler 

Titan Technologies, LLC.

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Humanity depends on phosphorus, yet global use of this finite resource is currently unsustainable. We are depleting the Earth’s natural reserves at an exponential rate. Being the second most abundant nutrient applied for food production, utilizing this resource in a more sustainable manner is crucial for a more sustainable future. More than half of phosphorus applied will end up in our waterways, contributing to eutrophication (Harmful Algal Blooms) seen in our most important bodies of water. The US will spend almost $5B each year cleaning up the effects of phosphorus pollution.

“More than 100,000 miles of rivers and streams, close to 2.5 million acres of lakes, reservoirs and ponds, and more than 800 square miles of bays and estuaries in the United States have poor water quality because of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution.”

– Environmental Protection Agency