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23 jún 2016
Arysta LifeScience hosted representatives of the UK agricultural industry, marking the launch of the UK Seed Treatment business in the UK. Guests visited the Arysta Seed Treatment Centre of Excellence followed by an evening at The Wood Norton Hotel on the outskirts of Evesham. Visitors included major seed processing companies, retailers and independent advisors, representing almost 90% of the UK industry. “To have so many of the key decision-makers for UK seed industry in attendance was a triumph & great opportunity for Arysta” – Stephen Parker, Regional Technical Manager.
23 jún 2016
Come and meet Arysta Lifesciences UK team at Fruit Focus, on 20th July at East Malling, Kent. We will be showcasing our product range of chemical including class leading fungicides Syllit and Captan. As well as our range of bio solution products including the new bio-fungicide Vacciplant F&V with its broad spectrum of efficacy and zero-residue profile, BM Start for improved fruiting potential and Carpovirusine for control pf codling moth in IPM programs.
23 jún 2016
Arysta LifeScience will be exhibiting at CropTech 2016 “the essential technical event for arable and mixed farmers, their advisers and associated industries.”
This will be a great opportunity to speak to Arysta Lifescience specialists about all your agronomy needs, including:
- Arysta’s chlorothalonil product range
- Cereal seed treatments – Rancona i-MIX, Signal 300ES
09 mar 2016
CARY, N.C. (March 9, 2016) – Arysta LifeScience recently signed a licensing agreement with the Institute of Plant Protection (IPP) granting Arysta LifeScience exclusive global access (excluding China) to certain protein technologies of IPP, one of which already has been successfully commercialized in China.
For more than 10 years, IPP, part of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science (CAAS), has been developing a platform for selecting, identifying, quantifying and patenting plant immunity inducers derived from fungal pathogens. One of these technologies is a protein from Alternaria tenuissima and identified as PeaT1. In June 2014, IPP formulated PeaT1 into an end-use product registered in China with ICAMA and launched it as the first plant immunoprotein biopesticide. In its first full year on the market, the product (marketed under the brand Atailing),generated sales in excess of US$10 million.
The initial registration of Atailing was for the control of viral diseases in vegetables and tobacco.Ongoing research is investigating its performance against viral and bacterial diseases in a wide range of annual and perennial crops.
The other IPP technology for which Arysta LifeScience has negotiated licensing rights is Hrip1.It is derived from the same pathogen (Alternaria tenuissima) as PeaT1 and also holds potential as a commercially viable biopesticide.
“These technologies are unique in the industry and represent an innovative and effective approach toward disease control in agricultural crops, such as citrus, tobacco and a number of vegetables,” says Paula Pinto, global head of portfolio management, Arysta LifeScience. “This agreement complements our growing portfolio of biosolutions products and will allow us to further expand our offerings to growers around the world.”