The NACHURS Sales Team is dedicated to providing their distributors and farmers the best quality service possible. 

NACHURS Agronomic & Technical Support educates farmers in helping reach their maximum yield potential.

In order to help their distributors succeed, NACHURS Marketing offers full support of the NACHURS brand, including many free services and sales tools. If you are interested in becoming a NACHURS distributor, call 800-622-4877, ext 254 or email us at

Price is only the issue when there is an absence of value!!!

For more information fill out the form below or please contact:

421 Leader Street
Marion, Ohio 43302
Toll Free: (800) 622-4877, ext 254
e-mail at

PLEASE NOTE:  NACHURS brand liquid fertilizers are packaged specifically for commercial size farm operations.  At this time NACHURS does not package products for garden use.

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. Please fill out the form below and a NACHURS Representative will contact you.

You may also call us Toll Free: (800) 622-4877, ext 254.
  • First Name
    Last Name
  • Jul18Wed

    Stress Control

    July 18, 2018
    The same thing that takes years off of your life can take bushels off of your crop.  Sometimes there is nothing you can do to control it and sometimes you cause the problem all by yourself.   I am talking about stress.  We all know that the doctors tell us heart disease is stress related.
  • Jul10Tue

    Do you have an antagonistic soil?

    July 10, 2018
    Recently, I spoke with an industry expert that complained that all they really want from a soil sample is to tell them what nutrients to apply.  In a perfect world a farmer or consultant could do just that.  However, in the real world truly understanding how your crop will respond to fertilization requires much more than a lab-based fertility recommendation.
  • Jun28Thu

    Stimulating nutrient uptake with NACHURS Finish Line and how it works!

    June 28, 2018

    I know I've said so many times before efficiencies are not exact. Efficiencies are dependent upon environmental factors, moisture, temperature, physiological maturity of the crop, and the current health of the crop.