Kams Growers Supply adds Bioline brand

 

Kam’s Growers Supply is now working with the Bioline AgroSciences team to supply their high quality biological control agents. Bioline is a global company, producing a full range of invertebrate biological control organisms for the control of insect pests of vegetables, ornamentals, soft fruits and berries. Bioline owns patented release systems such as blister packs and bugline strips, as well as bio diets.

 

“There is an increasing demand from our customers to incorporate biocontrol agents into their production,” says Kam Fordyce, owner of Kam’s Growers. “We have been working with growers for years, assisting and learning with them, on how best to integrate biologicals and traditional methods of pest control. It makes sense for us to add this category to our product portfolio. We are excited about the partnership with Bioline and the opportunity to supply their high-quality bios.”

 

Current and future customers can contact Kam’s Guelph head office OR the Kam’s Kingsville location for additional information as follows:

 

Kam’s Growers Supply Head Office – 877-821-1684, orders@kams.ca   www.kams.ca
Kam’s Growers Kingsville Office – 519-839-4778, kvorders@kams.ca

 

 

Source: Kam’s Growers Supply October 22, 2019 news release

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