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Feb. 6, 2018

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STK bio-ag technologies, a leading company in the development and marketing of botanical-based food protection solutions, today announced that REGEV™ has just been registered for use in Serbia by the Ministry of Agriculture for the control of apple scab.

This new broad-spectrum solution is based on the mixture of TTO and Difenoconazole, an easy-to-use formulation known as 'Hybrid' which creates an excellent synergy between chemical and biological ingredients. The combination of these two, control the disease and provide a physiological boost effect, leading to plant health and higher yields.

"This is a real game-changer in this industry, shifting from exclusive dependency on chemicals to a less harmful and more productive 'hybrid' approach," explained Guy Elitzur, CEO of STK bio-ag technologies. "This ready-to-spray solutions offer farmers a simple mode of adopting biologics without needing to change how they operate."

REGEV™ features several modes of action in one unique formulation, belonging to two distinct FRAC groups - F7and G1, providing an innovating anti resistance tool, and a strong induced systemic resistance (ISR) activity effective against a broad range of pathogens, triggering the plant's defense mechanism.

REGEV™ is available for growers in Guatemala, Panama, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Israel and now in Serbia.

Source: STK Group

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