MilStop OK’d for use on strawberries in Canada
February 27, 2017 By Dave Harrison
Feb. 21, 2017, Victor, NY – MilStop® has been approved for use in Canada on greenhouse and field strawberries, as well as artichokes.
The PMRA approved the User Requested Minor Use Label Expansion (URMULE) in early February and an updated label is available on the PMRA web site.
MilStop is an OMRI Listed contact foliar biofungicide from BioWorks for the control/suppression of powdery mildew. It fully dissolves in water, leaves no residue and dries quickly with a four-hour REI.
“MilStop is an important tool for many of our growers in Canada,” said Joe Gionta, director of marketing and sales.
“This label expansion is critical for growers who use biopesticides to fight resistance and reduce chemical use. New customers can now discover what existing customers already know, that MilStop is an excellent choice for disease control.”
BioWorks provides reliable, environmentally responsible, personalized solutions to growers, farmers and superintendents who manage plant/turf diseases, pests, nutrition and health.
For more than 20 years BioWorks has been helping our customers in the horticulture, agriculture and turf markets develop effective and efficient custom programs using products that are safe and proven. We are continuously reinventing the way our customers work by providing biologically based, integrated, safe solutions and programs.
BioWorks is a founding member of the BioPesticide Industry Alliance and also a proud sponsor of the AFE scholarship program, funding the ‘BioWorks IPM/Sustainable Practices Scholarship’. For more information, please visit www.bioworksinc.com.
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