Feb. 6, 2015
Stockton Israel (STK) this week entered the US market with the introduction of Timorex Gold at “The Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE) 2015” that was held at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Although this event was primarily dedicated to gardening and nurseries, crop protection decision-makers, distributors and professionals from across the agricultural spectrum were present at the event, and visited the Timorex Gold Exhibit to learn more about the benefits of this unique, natural fungicide.
Timorex Gold, recently accepted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is a broad spectrum natural fungicide with preventive and curative properties recommended for the control of many plant fungal and bacterial diseases, while simultaneously reducing chemical load. Its natural components make it a unique sustainable solution for plant disease control programs, and may be used with both organic and conventional crops, alone or as part of a program. Timorex Gold can also be used in rotation or in a tank-mix, as it improves the effectiveness of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) spray programs. This unique solution provides growers with an exciting new non-residue tool which is also better for the environment. Its multi-site Mode of Action is also a valuable tool in the constant fight against resistance buildup.
In today’s modern world of farming, growers are concerned about the dangers of conventional pesticides and the need for diverse management growth control, while interest and attention have turned toward the development of biologically based technologies for sustainable farming. “Timorex Gold is an excellent solution for those growers who are committed to reaching sustainable modern agriculture,” explained Peter Tirosh, Chairman of the Stockton Group. “Timorex Gold provides consistent efficacy in a variety of fungal and bacterial plant diseases, and enables food to be produced with greater efficiency and safety than ever before. Products such as our Timorex Gold give us the confidence to continue investing in the research & development of other sustainable solutions for crop protection.”