Biotechnica signs major distribution agreement with Dyacare
Dec. 7, 2017
Biotechnica and Dyacare collaborate on the launch of Algaflex in China.
Biotechnica Services Limited, the UK’s largest manufacturer of seaweed extracts, have signed a major agreement for the distribution of their organic certified seaweed extract concentrate, Algaflex, in mainland China. Dyacare Bio-Tech (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Martin Driscoll, Commercial Manager for Biotechnica said “The market potential for biostimulants in China continues to grow at a rapid pace and the opportunity for a quality product like AlgaFlex could not be timelier. This represents a significant opportunity for both businesses.”
Biotechnica is a UK manufacturer of innovative biological products such as sustainable soil conditioners and plant biostimulants, for agriculture, horticulture and sports turf and is part of the Stan Chem Group (www.stanchem.co.uk). AlgaFlex is a concentrated liquid seaweed extract derived from Ascophyllum nodosum. Biotechnica’s unique non-chemical extraction process of biological infusion creates AlgaFlex as a pure “low pH” liquid concentrate, with the highest levels of beneficial bioactive stimulants for the promotion of crop health, yield and quality. AlgaFlex is certified for use in organic cultivation by the Soil Association and OF&G, and is available both as a liquid and as a spray-dried powder.
DYACARE is a professional crop protection and crop nutrition advice company which supports growers of high-end fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs and tea crops. With a national network of 12 distribution companies, supported by over 20 technically trained Plant Specialists, Dyacare’s customers are offered the latest crop protection and crop nutrition information and products from market leading international companies. Through this distribution agreement signed with Biotechnica, they will now have access to the latest advances in bio stimulants.
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