We Develop the Best Crop Nutrition Products
Since 1986 we have been manufacturing and selling agricultural fertilizer products. We continue to research and develop innovative crop nutrition products that work better at delivering nutrients than competitive alternatives. Growers continue to use our products season after season because they see results and increased profits.
Upon becoming part of the De Sangosse family of companies, the Nutrient Technologies distribution network is now a global part of the farming community.
Fine Americas, Inc.
The Nutrient Technologies Family
Greg Johnson brings more than 35 years of diversified domestic and international experiences with crop protection products in a broad array of agricultural crop segments. He currently serves as President of two De Sangosse companies; Fine Americas, Inc. and Nutrient Technologies, Inc. Prior to Fine, he served in various positions with Arysta Life Sciences such as Director of Global Marketing and Director of Business Operations, Western Hemisphere. Earlier in his career he worked for AgriDyne Technologies and CIBA-GEIGY.
Director of Technical Operations
Director of Sales and Marketing
Product Development Manager
Tom Gerecke is the Technical Sales Manager for the Intermountain West Territory including Idaho and Colorado. Tom is also the Product Development Manager at Nutrient Technologies, Inc and leads the development and expansion of our soil applied product line. Tom holds, CCA, PCA, and QAL licenses.
PNW Territory Sales Manager
Northern California Territory Sales Manager
Arizona, Southern CA and Salinas Valley Territory Sales Manager
Dr. Les McNall, President Ameritus & Founder
Dr. McNall received his BS in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and his Doctorate in Chemistry of Natural Products from University of California, Los Angeles. Notable achievements from his distinguished career include developing a new type of ink that writes over butter at PaperMate and holding two patents; one for a method for identifying rubber, and one for plasticizing high molecular weight polyisobutylene with terpene-phenol resins. While Dr. McNall is now retired, he still enjoys spending time in his garden tending his plants and playing classical guitar.