Vineland launches Biological Crop Protection research services

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Vineland’s new Biological Crop Protection research service can support the introduction and use of new products and IPM solutions to improve production efficiency while promoting horticulture crop quality, environmental performance and safe working conditions.

 

Services include:

• Discovery and development of new bioprotectants

• Evaluation of bioprotectants, biostimulants, biosecurity practices, plant resistance traits and other IPM tools

• Process analysis to develop recommendations for implementing and optimizing biological plant protection tools 

 

For more information, email Rose Buitenhuis, program leader, biological crop protection at rose.buitenhuis@vinelandresearch.com

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Thursday, January 6, 2022

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