- MustGrow Biologics is developing mustard-based pest control products that can be sold on an industrial scale to help cannabis, fruit & vegetable, turf & ornamental and tobacco producers
- MustGrow’s non-synthetic focus on alternatives to chemical pesticides grants it a position of responsibility during an era when pesticide poisoning reports are increasing
- The company is turning its attention to the needs of the tobacco industry and the burgeoning cannabis industry in Canada
The ever pressing need to make produce available to people rather than the insects that prowl gardens and agricultural fields has led to the development of a wide array of pesticides since ancient times. Sacred Hindu text the Rigveda from about 4,000 years ago mentions the use of poisonous plants for pest control, for example (http://cnw.fm/1c9RG). However, chemical pesticides have caused alarm in modern times because of their association with illnesses that may afflict agricultural workers (http://cnw.fm/Jcwd2), unborn children (http://cnw.fm/KxFA7), beneficial insects (http://cnw.fm/NkQp6) and food consumers on an international scale (http://cnw.fm/IPjb7).
Agriculture biotech company MustGrow Biologics Corp. (CSE: MGRO) is dedicated to developing and commercializing non-synthetic Allyl Isothiocyanate (AITC) from mustard seed as a natural fumigant that helps plants defend themselves against pests and…
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