Dec 2, 2020
Michael Hull new technical services manager for Kemin Crop Technologies

Kemin Industries has hired Michael Hull, formerly of Mycorrhizal Applications, as technical services manager for Kemin Crop Technologies, the business unit focused on providing crop protection and crop health solutions for commercial specialty crops.

Michael Hull

Effective immediately, Hull will take on his new role within Kemin Crop Technologies. In his position, Hull will be responsible for providing strong technical sales support to current and potential customers, as well as demonstrating Kemin product effectiveness and establishing long-term relationships with customers. He will also work cross-functionally with all parts of the business unit to serve as a source of reliable information and scientific expertise related to the industry and Kemin products.

“I’m very excited to welcome Michael to our team, as he brings a great background of knowledge from experience in the industry, as well from his entomology degree,” said Marsha Bro, General Manager, Kemin Crop Technologies. “We are looking forward to having him help our customers and partners across the U.S. to find success with our programs now and in the future.”

Prior to joining Kemin, Hull was a sales account manager at Mycorrhizal Applications for two years. He managed several accounts across 13 Midwestern states and 12 Western states, providing technical consulting, product applications and client training. Hull earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from Winthrop University in 2014 and his master’s degree in entomology from the University of Florida in 2018.

“I’m eager to get to work with an industry leader such as Kemin and share my expertise in entomology and pest control with current and potential customers,” said Hull. “I am ready and thrilled to start working with the Kemin Crop Technologies team.”

Hull currently resides in Portland, Oregon, where he loves hiking trails, exploring the coast and new cities and spending time with his family, friends and dog.

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