Levity CropScience expands “smart” fertilizer production

British company Levity CropScience has received permission to build a new research center, which will operate to increase crop yields.

“We are glad to receive permission to create a center of three large greenhouses, three laboratories, and a 17th-century barn transformed into our headquarters,” said David Marks, Top Manager of Levity CropScience. “After the construction is completed, it will be the best research center in Europe for the development of “smart” fertilizers.”

Levity CropScience supplies special fertilizers to farmers growing potatoes, strawberries, avocados, bananas, oranges, wheat, rice, and tomatoes.

“Our products are currently sold in the Americas, the Middle East, and Australia,” added David Marks.

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