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Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Ryan Christianson

Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Ryan Christianson

The Red River Valley has always been home for Ryan Christianson.

The agriculture community has played an important part in his personal and professional growth. Today, as an account manager for Verdesian Life Sciences seed treatments & inoculants business, Ryan is able to combine his love of ag and his love of home as he supports distribution and retail customers in North Dakota and Minnesota.

“I knew I wanted to stay involved in agriculture,” says Ryan. “There was never any doubt.”

Ryan earned his B.S. in General Agriculture from North Dakota State University Fargo. He parlayed that education into roles with Legends Seeds and as a territory sales representative for Crop Production Services before coming to Verdesian where he specializes in inoculants and seed treatments for soybeans and small grains. He now boasts 18 years in the industry.

“I love that I get to promote the industry-best inoculant products and technologies in this part of the country,” Ryan says. “I truly believe that Verdesian has the absolute best options for seed treaters to maximize performance and yield for their grower customers.”

As the seasons change, Ryan enjoys spending time on the lake, attempting the occasional round of golf, hunting, snowboarding, and ice fishing. He’s also an avid fan of NDSU football (Go Bison!).

“I’m lucky to call this part of the country home, and that I get to do something that I love every single day.”

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