Agrian's label database surpasses 3,500 mark

Agrian, the nation’s first fully integrated agridata tracking solution, has announced the growth of its manufacturer approved label database to 3,500 approved products and the availability to access the database via mobile devices.

“We are grateful to our suppliers that have supported our free and readily available label lookup tool,” said Co-founder and CEO Nishan Majarian. “Their support continues to allow universal access to critical crop protection information such as crop and pest specific application rates, re-entry intervals (REI), and pre-harvest intervals (PHI). To our knowledge, Agrian is still the only system to provide this information via our Web site for free without a login and without requiring our users to wade through labels in order to get rate, REI, and PHI information.”

Agrian features the nation’s most comprehensive label database backed by over 180 supporting manufacturers which is now accessible on Blackberry’s, i-Phone’s, and Windows-based Mobile devices. The database is free, easily accessible — featured prominently on Agrian’s homepage http://www.agrian.com — and is updated daily. The 3,500 approved manufacturer labels feature general label information, crop specific label information (rate, REI, PHI), Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Department of Transportation (DOT) information.

Agricultural companies looking for ways to reduce costs and paperwork need to look no further than Agrian. As agriculture becomes increasingly complex, Agrian is the only company that has developed a comprehensive “one-stop shop” suite of services for growers, crop advisors, applicators, food processors, packers, shippers and handlers.

For more information, visit http://www.agrian.com or call 559-437-5700.

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