NexusBioAg, a division of Univar Options, and MustGrow Biologics Corp. have reached an unique advertising and marketing and distribution settlement within the Canadian canola and pulse marketplace for TerraMG, a mustard-derived soil biopesticide.
Designed to fight clubroot and aphanomyces of canola and pea, respectively, the product is just not but registered with Canada’s Pest Administration Regulatory Company.
“Growers can truly develop a crop that will probably be was a pest management product which can cope with issues like aphanomyces and clubroot,” explains Robert Hornford, director of agronomy for NexusBioAg, within the interview under, filmed on the Ag in Movement farm present.
MustGrow focuses on analysis and growth of natural biopesticides, combining mustard seed’s pure defence mechanisms with a expertise that has the potential to manage illnesses, pests and weeds, the corporate says.
NexusBioAg presents inoculants, micronutrients, nitrogen stabilizers and foliar merchandise for the Canadian agricultural market.
“We’re very happy to companion with a corporation like NexusBioAg. The NexusBioAg crew has great information of the Canadian agriculture market in addition to sustainable farming options. We stay up for commercializing this biopesticide expertise within the Canadian market collectively,” says MustGrow COO Colin Bletsky.
Watch NexusBioAg’s Daniel Samphir and Robert Hornford focus on the settlement with MustGrow Biologics, plans to convey this mustard-based biofumigant to the market, and potential use situations at Ag in Movement: