Oct 19, 2016
Timorex Gold biofungicide now registered in 30 states

The biofungicide Timorex Gold, developed by Stockton, is now registered in Florida by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The product holds 30 registrations throughout the United States.

Timorex Gold is now registered in the U.S. (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin) and is used by growers in over 30 countries around worldwide, including most countries of Central and South America, Australia, Canada, the Philippines and Serbia.

“Florida’s approval is an important milestone for Timorex Gold. This is a significant confirmation of our product’s platform, paving the way for the flow of our new and innovative products and for sustainable crop protection”, said Guy Elitzur, CEO of Stockton. “The U.S. market is extremely important for Stockton as we anticipate a great commercial future for our product in this significant market.”

Timorex Gold is a biofungicide based on the plant extract Melaleuca alternifolia with a unique multiple modes of action. The product offers fruit and vegetable growers a number of benefits including a high degree of safety to beneficial and pollinator insects and performs well for resistance management, according to the company.

It can be used can be used in rotation or as a tank mix partner with most commercial available fungicides.  Timorex Gold is certified for use in organic production by a number of organizations such as ECOCERT, BCS, and CERES, among others. For a complete list of crops and uses, please refer to our product label.




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