Organic TRIGGRR® contains auxiliary soil and plant substances; It is formulated with kelp and other plant extracts for use on all plants to increase water and micronutrient uptake. Organic TRIGGRR® can be used on all crops, including vegetables, fruit trees and vines, flowering and ornamental … Continue reading
SUPPRESS® Herbicide EC is a broad spectrum contact herbicide for post-emergent, non-selective weed control for use in and around all agricultural food and non-food crops. The proprietary formulation is a non-volatile, emulsifiable concentrate that provides rapid, effective control for various weeds.
Botector prevents botrytis and other fruit rots in grapes and berries. For the first time, we have a live recording demonstrating Botector’s mode of action. See video:
Blossom Protect is a highly effective biocontrol product used for the prevention of fire blight in pome fruit (apple, pear and quince). Beneficial microorganisms outcompete the fire blight pathogen for space and nutrients, blocking the site of fire blight infection. See video:
When Richard Smith tells you that he is impressed with the efficacy of an organic herbicide you better take notice. Richard shared his results on this blog site last year and showed good weed control with ‘Suppress” from Westbridge.
A liquid molybdenum product complexed with amino acids for improved availability and uptake by the plants. It provides a quick boost to plants under nutrient stress and corrects molybdenum deficiencies. Ideal for use in sandy and acidic soils.
Westbridge Agricultural Products announced today that California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CA DPR) has approved SUPPRESS® Herbicide EC, DPA Reg. No. 51517-9, for use in California. SUPPRESS® Herbicide EC is a highly effective new tool for organic growers. It is registered as a broad … Continue reading
Registered for use in AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, KS, MD, ME, MI, MT, NE, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, SC, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI and WY. SUPPRESS Herbicide EC is a broad spectrum contact herbicide for post-emergent, … Continue reading