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Mike Allan says: “The targeted nature of bacteriophages offers an effective alternative where bacteria have developed resistance to other tools, i.e., some agricultural antibiotics, making phages an ideal resistance management tool to prolong the use and effectiveness of crop inputs for disease control,” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Mike Allan adds: “We’ve also seen promising performance from a new Btt formulation for control of Colorado potato beetle that we’re excited about delivering to the marketplace in 2021,” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Daniel Peck says: “SPEAR-LEP targets lepidopteran pests in high-value field crops — tree fruit, nuts, vines, and vegetables — through ingestion,” “In combination with a gut disruptor, like Bt, this large molecule passes into the insect body cavity and gains access to the central nervous system. SPEAR-T targets small, softer-bodied pests — aphids, spider mites, thrips, whiteflies — through contact activity. It gains access by diffusion through the spiracles” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Daniel Peck says: “solidifying our aim to be the peptide company for crop protection,” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Daniel Peck says: “Conventional pesticides certainly bring good performance and consistency as plant protection tools. Yet their safety and sustainability downsides, including insecticide-resistance challenges, compel us to keep exploring and exploiting new opportunities,” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Caroline Reid says: “Having highly adaptable species and products that can be used in many crops and regions is the key to successful insect control,” “The development of technologies to allow use of current beneficials in these new crops and regions is the key to future success” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

Caroline Reid says: “We have many species for use in different regions,” External link

growingproduce Sunday, February 7, 2021 6:53:00 PM CET

David Littleproud said: “While Chinese New Year gifts are brought or sent with good intentions some can introduce pests or diseases into Australia,” External link

miragenews Monday, January 18, 2021 6:11:00 AM CET

Dan Richey said: “We have been working with the USDA in gaining access to Vietnam. Will that become a very big market for us? Unknown, but it could become a market for California and possibly Texas,” “We have the China Phase 1 agreement where they agreed to an amount of agricultural purchases. That is key to us (Florida) as it’s not going to affect our movement to China which is limited, but it will hopefully positively affect movement from California, which will take a lot of oranges off the domestic market” External link

fruitnet Wednesday, September 23, 2020 8:37:00 AM CEST

Dan Richey said: “We are on that one (the UK) like white on rice, trying to get the UK to accept the global acceptance of citrus canker and fruit not being a pathway to spread it, in order to open that market up to us and eliminate any of the canker requirements that we have throughout the EU,” “It’s a good market for us. It’s not our biggest market, but it could be the beginning of a crack in the EU’s stance on that” External link

fruitnet Wednesday, September 23, 2020 8:37:00 AM CEST

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