Ag Unlimited is a North Coast California agribusiness company. We are an agri-service leader that is comprised of divisions of the Lyman Group, Inc. and Tremont Group, Inc. Our history dates back to the mid 1950’s and the original startup of the Harvey Lyman Chemical company by founder Harvey Lyman.
Crop/Pest monitoring helps increase the efficacy of nutrient and crop protection product applications and protects or enhances crop value. AG Unlimited is the premier agricultural retail supplier in Northern California counties of Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, and Lake. AG Unlimited markets fertilizer, seed, crop protection, and agronomic services for the California Wine Industry and California Agriculture. Our consulting services incorporate Integrated Pest Management (IPM) concepts in both organic and non-organic farming operations.
Consulting and Field Scouting Services: AG Unlimited offers growers and managers the help they need to monitor changing plant and pest conditions. Our Pest Control Advisers (PCA’s) and Certified Crop Advisers (CCA’s) monitor a wide variety of field and crop aspects. They constantly review plant health, growth and development as well as the dynamics of pest populations, above and below ground..
Aquatic Weed Management, Hay, Pasture and Cover Crops, Hops, Pears and other tree and small fruit crops, Turf and Ornamentals, Vegetable crops, Walnuts and other nut crops, Wine Grapes
303 Talmage Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
Office: (707) 462-1492
FAX: (707) 462-2603
4550 El Roble Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
Office: (707) 468-8154
FAX: (707) 676-9154
“We concentrate on researching, recommending and retailing alternatives to carbamates, organophosphates, known groundwater contaminants, and other environmentally sensitive materials. We use state of the art field scouting methods and models to make our recommendations.
All applicable ecological, cultural, and economic conditions are considered to ensure the highest rate of return for our growers. Our commitment to our growers is to preserve a future environment so that all of our kids will have access to the same safe natural resources that our fathers did.”