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- HilverdaFlorist delegation visits KF Bioplants in India
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California: Sultan miticide (mite control) received registration
“The long-awaited California registration of Sultan miticide is exciting news. Greenhouse, nursery, and landscape professionals in the state now have a new class of chemistry that gives them fast control over all life stages of plant-damaging mite populations,“ said Joe Lara, senior product manager for BASF. “Sultan miticide now provides California growers with a choice for miticide resistance management programs that won’t disrupt populations of beneficial insects and predatory mites."
Sultan miticide is a contact miticide that is effective on many indoor and outdoor annual and perennial crops, including foliage plants such as ficus and palms; woody plants such as hibiscus, butterfly bush and roses; and herbaceous plants such as marigolds, gerbera daisies and chrysanthemums.
For more information, visit BetterPlants.basf.us.
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