Inocucor’s microbial crop accelerator approved for California

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Inocucor Technologies‘ flagship microbial bio-stimulant for growers and greenhouse growers is now registered in California. Garden Solution will soon be renamed Synergro to better reflect its application as a sustainable farm input product that improves soil health and naturally improves crop yields, according to the company.

Registration by the California Department of Food and Agriculture also carries the Organic Input Material (OIM) Program certification for use in organic crop and food production.

Inocucor has hired agriculture-industry veteran Bill Schwoerer to lead its California market rollout as sales manager for California. Schwoerer has spent most of his professional career working in agriculture, most recently as biorational sales specialist for Valent USA, and earlier in sales and sales management positions at Abbott Laboratories Agricultural Chemicals, Seminis and Harris Moran Seed Company.

Inocucor is already in discussions with agricultural product distributors in California and is currently in field trials with strawberry, tomato, lettuce and broccoli growers.

Garden Solution, which is OMRI Listed for organic production, has previously been approved by regulators in 22 states, and is in use by greenhouse growers and farmers in the Carolinas, Florida, Georgia and Virginia

ABOUT INOCUCOR TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Inocucor Technologies Inc., based in Montreal, is an ag biotech company that develops sustainable biological products for agriculture targeting the phyto-microbiome—the seeds, plants, root systems and the soil surrounding them. Inocucor’s first-generation product, Garden Solution®, soon to be re-branded as Synergro, employs live microbes to actively improve the health of the entire phyto-microbiome. Its second product, Synergro Free and future generations of Inocucor products are powerful biological formulations for bio-stimulation, bio-fertility and bio-control targeting mainstream production agriculture.

For more information, visit www.inocucor.com.

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