Jul 8, 2022
BioSafe Systems adds Alabama, Florida rep

Agricultural biologicals supplier BioSafe Systems LLC added Grant Kees to its Horticulture Division. Kees, who possesses a background in greenhouse production management, sales and irrigation system development, will represent the East Hartford, Connecticut-based BioSafe to customers in Alabama and Florida.


Grant Kees
“Grant’s skillset plays into the BioSafe Systems’ wheelhouse with first-hand knowledge of phytosanitary issues and biosecurity needs affecting growing operations in the ornamental, CEA, cannabis, and turf industry, etc.,” BioSafe officials stated in a news release. “He has fortified knowledge of biosecurity needs affecting citrus crops in the Southeastern part of the country. His experience is far-reaching and encompasses pest and disease control, and water systems, making him an asset to the Horticulture Division.”

“The breadth of Grant’s experience in our core markets provides BioSafe Systems and our customers with a significant resource for crop protection, water treatment, and facility sanitation,” Eric Smith, horticulture sales manager, said in the release. “We’re looking forward to adding his expertise to the team in our efforts to always improve our customers’ experience.”

Grant earned the Yellow Belt designation for completing training in the Six Sigma quality

BioSafe Systems LLC provides environmentally sustainable products that protect crops, water and people in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and into South America. BioSafe serves customers in the agriculture, horticulture, postharvest/food safety, aquatics, home and garden, turf and commercial/industrial sanitation markets.




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