RhizoVital C5 launch in Canada

The Canadian Experience with RhizoVital C5 RhizoVital C5, a biostimulant based on Bacillus atrophaeus strain Abi05, was introduced in Canada in 2020.   RhizoVital C5 was trialled in winter wheat in Central Canada where it is applied as a seed treatment during the seed processing stage. Additional trials are planned for spring seeded canola in …

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The Andermatt Regulatory Team conquers the challenging world of registrations

The development of a biological plant protection product is a complex process and the requirements can be summarised as follows: All development steps have their specific difficulties, but the registration is usually the least popular. However, registration is mandatory and important to place safe and effective plant protection products on the market. For this, a …

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Tutavir unveils its unique feature the population effect in the field

The Andermatt Group brings Tutavir to the market to offer a sustainable solution to support tomato growers battling this challenging pest.
In this article we describe the long-term effect of Tutavir on the Tuta absoluta population. Tutavir is sprayed at standard dose and interval for a direct effect leading to damage control. In addition, the population effect comes to help to control the population of Tuta absoluta. These two effects together make Tutavir a unique solution for Tuta absoluta control in application programs.

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Interview with Brendon Neumann

First started getting commercial exposure in the biocontrol industry in around 2000 he was some of the first people to be discussing topics like biocontrol and soil health with commercial farmers in South Africa. Meet the new Director Product Portfolio Management of the Andermatt Group – the “ironman” Brendon Neemann!

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Andermatt Canada success story with Lymantria dispar MNPV

Andermatt Canada has been helping Canadian and American forestry managers regulate Lymantria dispar populations since 2009. Lymantria dispar is an important forestry pest with an exceptionally broad geographical range, from its native territory in Europe to Northern North America. Recently, Andermatt Canada helped to limit the Lymantria dispar outbreak in the city of Toronto while aiding the city to overcome public concerns with species at risk within the application area.

Andermatt Group becomes majority shareholder of BIOinput

Andermatt Group AG becomes majority shareholder (80% stake) in the Croatian company BIOinput d.o.o.   BIOinput, located in Varaždin, Croatia was founded in 2016 by its Managing Director and former majority shareholder Martina Borić. Over the past years, BIOinput has developed to be a leading supplier of biological plant protection products, biocides, plant stimulants and …

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Andermatt in Africa

Healthy Food and Healthy Environment for all, speaks directly to Africa and her people. Andermatt’s vision in Africa is focused on feeding the continent sustainably, as well as strengthening local economies through the export of high quality, residue-free, healthy food.  Andermatt is strategically growing its footprint in Africa. South African based Andermatt Madumbi and Andermatt …

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The use of Bb-Protec in orchard crops – a citrus success story

Bb-Protec is a biological insecticide that has the fungus Beauveria bassiana strain R444 as the active ingredient. Compared to conventional insecticides, Bb-Protec has a narrow target range, but when compared to other biological insecticides, its target range is considered broad. This makes it a viable solution for different growers that are challenged by different pests. Bb-Protec (known as …

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