Cool Planet signs distribution agreement with Triangle Chemical Company

Cool Planet announced that it has joined the Triangle Chemical Company of Macon, Georgia in a distribution agreement for Cool Terra Engineered Biocarbon. Triangle will distribute Cool Terra in the agricultural as well as turf and ornamental markets across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast United States.

Cool Planet is establishing relationships with leading agriculture and specialty-market focused companies across the United States to further develop the market and the company's engineered biocarbon platform that significantly improves soil health. Cool Planet and Cardinal Turf and Ornamental, a division of Triangle Chemical Company, will partner to drive the commercialization of Cool Terra across a wide range of crops and uses to help increase the profitability of Triangle's many customers.

"Triangle is a well-managed, success driven retailer that is ideally positioned to serve its Mid-Atlantic and Southeast growers and customers," says Jim Loar, chief commercial officer of Cool Planet. "Triangle focuses on service and in bringing new crop and market solutions to their customers. Service and innovation are critical to the commercialization of Engineered Biocarbon and we are confident in the team at Triangle to deliver results."

"We are faced with tremendous challenges in agriculture and the turf and ornamental markets. Productivity must increase at a time when our soils are degraded, we are challenged to be more efficient with inputs like water and fertilizer and society is demanding more sustainable practices.

Innovation and new solutions will be required to meet these challenges," says Gene Maddux, president of Cardinal Turf and Ornamental, a division of Triangle Chemical Company. "The Cool Terra Engineered Biocarbon product is such an innovation that will help us address many of these challenges. We are proud to partner with Cool Planet to bring the value of this exciting product to our customers."


Latest News

Corn and Soybean Prices Soar Higher, Even With USDA's Surprising March Prospective Plantings Report

USDA's 2023 Prospective Plantings report released March 31 shows farmers intend to plant significantly more corn acres in 2023. At nearly 92 million acres, that's a jump of 3.42 million acres from last year.

Two Major Grain Companies Announce They Will Stop Doing Business in Russia

Within two days at the end of March, two grain companies said they will cease operations in Russia.

6 Spring Ammonia Season Reminders

The next couple of weeks will be busy with ammonia application in Illinois. Here are a few reminders to keep in mind when working with ammonia

9 Steps to a Perfect Corn Stand

More ears at harvest is the key to higher yield. That requires starting with a picket-fence stand with photocopied plants, achieved by adjusting your planter as conditions change from field to field and within fields. 

FieldAlytics Engage: Farmer-Facing App Clears The Communication Pathway

“This is a powerful app designed to strengthen service providers’ relationships with growers by housing essential information in a single source,” says Ernie Chappell, president of Ever.Ag Agribusiness.

Plagued By Drought and High Input Prices, Cotton Acres Could Crumble This Year

Just ahead of USDA's Prospective Plantings report, the largest cotton growing state in the U.S. is seeing another year of drought, and with fields resembling the Dust Bowl, crop prospects are dwindling by the day.