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70-1756
Grandevo CG 30% 10LB MARRONE OMRI EPA# 84059-27
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
Grandevo Bioinsecticide controls a broad spectrum of chewing and sucking insects and mites, while easy on beneficials. It can be used in rotation or as the foundation product to strengthen integrated pest management programs (IPM) and insect resistance management (IRM) programs for a wide range of fruit, vegetable, and nut crops, as well as turf and ornamentals. Combining high performance with operational flexibility, Grandevo bio-based products are paving the way for new, innovative uses of microbial insecticides.
70-1751
Grandevo CG 30% 1LB MARRONE OMRI EPA# 84059-27
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
Grandevo Bioinsecticide controls a broad spectrum of chewing and sucking insects and mites, while easy on beneficials. It can be used in rotation or as the foundation product to strengthen integrated pest management programs (IPM) and insect resistance management (IRM) programs for a wide range of fruit, vegetable, and nut crops, as well as turf and ornamentals. Combining high performance with operational flexibility, Grandevo bio-based products are paving the way for new, innovative uses of microbial insecticides.
70-1754
Grandevo CG 30% 4LB MARRONE OMRI EPA# 84059-27
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
70-2844
Regalia CG 5% 1GAL MARRONE OMRI EPA# 84059-3
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
70-2841
Regalia CG 5% 1QT MARRONE OMRI EPA# 84059-3
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
70-9461
Venerate CG 94.46% 1QT OMRI MARRONE EPA# 84059-14
Vendor: LSQ FUNDING GROUP, LLC
UM: EA
Venerater advanced bioinsecticides (Burkholderia spp. strain A396) feature multiple modes of action and are effective against a wide variety of chewing and sucking insects and mites yet are easy on beneficials. Their unique and novel modes of action will complement and improve integrated pest management and insect resistance management programs.

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