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An organic pesticide that’s truly cutting the mustard

The MustGrow Biologics Corporation has emerged as a company of great interest for one leading figure in the investment field, who saw the work being done by this agriculture biotech company and realised it was an opportunity that needed to be grabbed while it was hot, and it could be getting hotter.

Interview with MustGrow COO

MustGrow’s COO Colin Bletsky interviewed with SmallCap Investor. Watch the full interview here.

Bio-pesticide works in lab to control clubroot spores

A Saskatchewan company may have an answer to clubroot — or at least part of the answer. MustGrow Biologics, based in Saskatoon, released results of laboratory tests in late May. A third-party lab found that MustGrow’s bio-pesticide, TerraMG, provided 100 percent control of clubroot spores in 24 hours.

Potential clubroot control shows promise in the lab.

Saskatoon-based MustGrow Biologics Corp. is working on a product derived from mustard seed it says will potentially control clubroot, a yield-robbing canola disease currently without chemical control.

MustGrow wants to make biopesticides easy for growers to adopt.

Biologics may seem like an emerging field in the agtech space but for at least one company it’s been a decade in the making. Just like the biblical parable of the humble mustard seed, which happens to be the origin of its active ingredient, the company is hoping to grow into a titan in the biopesticide space.

We’re Positioned to Disrupt the Global Pesticide Market.

COO Colin Bletsky recently joined the Investing News Network to discuss the state of the global agriculture industry, specifically the role organic biopesticides and biofertilizers could play in the future of sustainable farming practices.

Natural pesticides — The next breakthrough in the global food industry?

Chemical pesticides have been an accepted part of the global food industry for decades. Since being introduced in the 1970s by Monsanto, products containing glyphosate have helped increase and secure the global food supply through widespread use