biologicals

BioSafe Systems rounds out 25th-anniversary celebration

In the final quarter of the year, BioSafe Systems is celebrating its 25th anniversary by giving away $1,000. Throughout the year, BioSafe has been celebrating and showing appreciation by giving gifts to customers. The company's... more »

Bioengineering company, biocontrol maker partner

Renaissance BioScience, a leader in bioengineering microbes for the global agriculture and food industries,  has signed a joint development agreement (JDA) with Certis Belchim, a global leader in developing biocontrol agents that combat agricultural pests.... more »

Botanical Solutions Inc. sees growth, recognition, in biologicals

Quillibrium, a biopesticide from Botanical Solutions Inc., continues to see increased sales through a partnership with Syngenta, and expansion plans are expected to boost them further. The company reports Quillibrium saw a growth of more... more »

BioSafe Systems’ Michael Larose dies

Michael Joseph Larose, of BioSafe Systems LLC, has died. Larose, 40, died on Sept. 21. He was the eldest of the third generation of BioSafe’s founding family. Born Sept. 28, 1982, in Hartford, Connecticut, Larose... more »

Vismax biofungicide okayed for multi-crop use

Elemental Enzymes, a crop nutrient developer, has received Environmental Protection Agency approval registration of one of its biofungicides. Vismax, a patented proprietary biofungicide formulated for protection in a broad range of crops, is the first... more »

Economics drives the global biologicals market

The global agricultural biologicals industry is set to explode from a market of about $9 billion currently to more than $25 billion by the end of the decade, but there are hurdles and more growing... more »

Biological event kicks off global conversation

The Salinas Biological Summit owes its inspiration, in part, to sweeping changes proposed in California’s initiative to significantly reduce pesticides and promote sustainable pest management practices. That plan, “Accelerating Sustainable Pest Management: A Roadmap for... more »

Locus Agriculture expands biologicals line

Locus Agriculture has expanded its biological line. The move comes as rising prices and fertilizer availability threaten crop productivity and profitability, U.S. farmers are turning to new biologicals. Biologicals can significantly boost return on investment... more »

Mating disruption work by UF entomologist recognized

A University of Florida (UF) entomologist is being recognized for his work on mating disruption and insect management. Lukasz Stelinski, a UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) professor of entomology and nematology at... more »

Syngenta moves biologicals businesses to Syngenta Biologicals

To advance crop protection solutions for plant and soil health and to foster sustainability, Syngenta is moving its biologicals businesses under the Syngenta Biologicals umbrella. Syngenta Biologicals brings together Valagro, a pioneer in biostimulants and... more »

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