Marrone Bio receives California state registration Grandevo

Marrone Bio receives California state registration for Grandevo

10:00 AM, 10th October 2012
Marrone Bio receives California state registration for Grandevo


DAVIS, US: Marrone Bio Innovations’ Grandevo bioinsecticide has received California state registration. Grandevo is now approved for use on a variety of crops including lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, citrus, strawberries, grapes and almonds and can be used in field and greenhouse applications. Grandevo raises the bar for modern insecticides by improving resistance management, providing long-lasting control of a broad range of insects and mites, and featuring a flexible application window.

“Grandevo is truly breaking new ground, offering today’s growers the ability to employ microbial biopesticides in ways never before thought possible. With Grandevo, California growers now have a reliable, high-performing bioinsecticide they can use right up to the day of harvest. We look forward to expanding use of this novel product into the important California market,” said Maris Klavins, Product Manager, MBI.

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