Biocontrols

Revolution Farms launches four new products in Michigan markets

Caledonia, Michigan, Michigan-based Revolution Farms, a leading indoor greenhouse farm in Michigan, is launching four new products in independent grocery stores in the Detroit Metro area and West Michigan this month, including three bold salad... more »

Vestaron announces partnership with Bee Friendly Farming

Vestaron, an agricultural environmental science company, announced March 24 a collaboration with Bee Friendly Farming. This partnership represents the two groups’ shared mission to promote and protect honeybees and their vital role as agricultural pollinators.... more »

Mosaic, Agbiome collaborate to develop biological alternatives to help soil health

The Mosaic Co., a producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients and AgBiome, a developer of agricultural products from diverse microbial communities,  announced March 23 a strategic collaboration, aiming to discover, develop... more »

Ivan Wollenmann joins Certis USA to advance biologicals in Midwest region

Since the early 1990’s, Ivan Wollenmann has been working with growers, co-ops and input companies to match solutions to need. Certis USA announced March 22 that Wollenmann will be bringing that expertise to their team of... more »

Bioline Agrosciences improves biocontrol with STARSKii, CART technology

Bioline Agrosciences, well known for innovation in product and technology, is launching CART (Climate Adapted Release Technology) to further strengthen its commitment to growers and farmers and the environment. According to a news release, the... more »

Botanical-based biofungicide expands with Botanical Solution, Syngenta link

Botanical Solution Inc.  and Syngenta, two companies which are closely aligned in their commitment to innovation and sustainability in agriculture, have reached an agreement to commercialize BSI’s first product in Peru and Mexico. The two companies... more »

Jorge Moreno joins Vestaron as South-Central sales manager

Vestaron announced March 4 the appointment of  Jorge Moreno as territory sales manager for the South-Central United States, spanning Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico. In addition, Moreno will coordinate business activities in Mexico as... more »

Label expansion means more crops to benefit from  Asperello T34 

The biofungicide Asperello  T34 Biocontrol has been granted label expansion in the US to cover an array of field-grown and protected crops. “Growers from across the U.S. had waited patiently for this,” Veronica Cervantes, Biobest... more »

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