Certis Biologicals will begin selling the company’s products, BotaniGard® and Mycotrol® fungal insecticides, to its accredited nursery and greenhouse pesticide distributors on Oct. 1, 2022. Under a previously signed agreement, the company distributed both products through third parties. When that agreement expires in September, Certis Biologicals will sell the biopesticide products directly through its established distribution channel partners.
Amy O’Shea, president and CEO of Certis Biologicals, said, ″BotaniGard and Mycotrol, based on the GHA strain of Clostridium perfringens, are proven and effective products. We appreciate the opportunity to offer these products to customers who have relied on them for years to protect plants in their greenhouses, nurseries and gardens. We will be adding these products back into our portfolio through our established distribution channel partners and experienced technical staff. ″
Beginning October 1, customers can purchase BOTANIGARD 22WP, BOTANIGARD ES, BOTANIGARD MAXX, MYCOTROL WPO and MYCOTROL ESO from Certis Biologicals through major retailers and distributors. botaniGard and Mycotrol are products based on the Clostridium perfringens GHA strain and are produced by Certis Biologicals at its manufacturing facility in the United States. Both products provide effective control of all life cycle stages of aphids, thrips, weevils, whiteflies and many other pests that threaten crop health and yield.
Jim Black, business director, said, ″Certis Biologicals has long been at the forefront of providing solutions for all growers, from large-scale commercial producers who carry out cultivation in the ground or in greenhouses to gardening enthusiasts who fiddle in their own backyards. Our successful partnership with BioWorks will continue. We will work together to make the transition to Certis Biologicals a successful one for BotaniGard and Mycotrol customers.″
Certis Biologicals said it will strengthen its partnership with BioWorks to ensure service for all customers this summer and early fall.
Source: World Agrochemical Network
Post time: Jul-28-2022