About Your Company
We are an organic biostimulant manufacturer for the agriculture/crop farming industry, urban landscape market and indoor greenhouse & hydroponic channels. We make both liquid and granular biostimulant formulas that we sell primarily B2B to large commercial farmers both indoor and outdoor as well as municipalities for their urban health landscape programs. Biostimulants are primarily formulated mixtures of biological or biologically derived fertilizer additives or amendments that are used in crop production or as a turf treatment to enhance plant growth, health and productivity. Biostimulants are not a fertilizer like Nitrogen, Phosphorus or Potassium, but they make NPK perform at a maximum level while being all-natural and water conservation friendly. Our formulas are 100% organic, non-toxic and environmentally responsible. Sterling-Pacific is actually a joint venture between 2 companies- Sterling Agriculture out of Indiana and Pacific Biostimulants out of Southern California. Sterling Ag has been manufacturing these organic products for the Amish farmers in the Midwest for the last 30 years, but they have joined forces with PacBio to expand their reach, not only West which is the hotbed for organics; but on global level.
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environmental, organic, cutting edge/high-tech
The logo should incorporate an agricultural/eco-friendly/sustainability spin with a touch of modern/high-tech feel. Remember we are selling this product to tried & true organic farmers, high-tech greenhouses & indoor grows as well as cities that want to use our product to not only make their parks/sports fields look better but also be safe and sustainable for both the people and the environment.
This is a joint venture between 2 companies- Sterling Agriculture and Pacific Biostimulants. Here is Sterling Ag's website: http://www.sterlingagriculture.com/
Please note I feel this logo and website are not very good, but I like the "beaker with plant" coming out of it..good not great and it gives you an idea of what has been selling to the Amish farmer for decades. Pacific Biostimulants is more of a start-up and their logo was terrible so I won't even include it. Competitors are companies such as:
As you can clearly tell- there is a drastic need for improvement in this industry when it comes to logos and branding. Here are some logos from other industries that I like:
The IoGreen logo from Clarion Water: http://www.clarionwater.com/iogreen-turf...
I would expect a full logo guide to include color pallette, font detail and final deliverables of eps file and jpeg, png file formats.