The Sylvite names goes back over 30 years. In 1970, the Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company established a marketing division carrying the SYLVITE name to operate a potash mine in Rocanville, Sasketchewan. The name SYLVITE is derived from the word "SYLVANITE," which is one of the ores from which potash is produced.

In 1978, two employees of Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company purchased the name SYLVITE and a new era of fertilizer marketing was established. This new company, SYLVITE SALES, began to rapidly position itself as a reliable, independent marketer of fertilizer ingredients. Through corporate expansion, partnerships, and a solid management team, SYLVITE continues to grow its companies with an eye on the latest technology to ensure we're meeting our customers expectations.

Functioning as a extension of the manufacturer, SYLVITE's team is recognized throughout the industry as a reliable information source and a dependent source of supply.

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