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ActinoGrow and ActinoGrow T&O fungicides now OMRI listed

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The new disease management tools are for use in agricultural and turf markets.

| July 22, 2010

DURHAM, N.C. - SipcamAdvan and manufacturer Natural Industries announced that ActinoGrow and ActinoGrow T&O biological fungicides are OMRI listed. The ActinoGrow products fit with organic or conventional production for turf management practices. Featuring a naturally occurring active ingredient, ActinoGrow is an excellent integrated pest management partner and offers reduced exposure and zero residue tolerances.

As customer preference for biorational and organic products continues to increase, SipcamAdvan is developing a product line which delivers biorational products that perform on par or better than traditional chemical standards. These products serve as alternatives or partners for growers to use in sustainable production practices. The biorational line offers growers tools to manage maximum residue levels, reduce active ingredient load, maximize production from smaller areas and reduce the environmental impact while offering excellent disease control and plant health benefits.

“As an OMRI listed product, ActinoGrow is a key fungicide partner for growers, golf course superintendents and landscape professionals to use in the management of soil-borne diseases – whether they employ organic or traditional production practices,” says Adam Burnhams, vice president of marketing and sales,.

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