What’s happening with MustGrow!

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SASKATOON, Saskatchewan (July 17, 2019) – MustGrow Biologics Corp. (MGRO-CSE) (“MustGrow” or the "Company"), an agricultural biotech company developing and commercializing a portfolio of natural biopesticides and biofertilizers for the cannabis industry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Quigley to its board of directors subject to applicable regulatory approval. Brian brings to MustGrow over 20 years of regulatory expertise, brand building, marketing and operations experience. He is a proven leader in navigating complex regulatory environments for novel and innovative products – a competitive strategic advantage immeasurable to MustGrow.

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Exclusive partnership to cover Canada initially, then expand to key registered global hydroponics indoor markets.

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan (July 15, 2019) – Triangle Plant Sciences (“TPS”), a division of Verdesian Life Sciences of Cary, NC, has announced a partnership with MustGrow Biologics Corp. (“MustGrow”) of Saskatoon, SK, to offer exclusive Canada and global access to TPS’s TP-1000, the first product in a suite of researched hydroponic technology offerings.

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SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, July 11, 2019 – MustGrow Biologics Corp. (MGRO-CSE) (“MustGrow” or the "Company"), an agricultural biotech company developing and commercializing a portfolio of natural biopesticides and biofertilizers for the cannabis industry, is pleased to announce that a biopesticide R&D program is underway with the National Research Council Canada (“NRC”).

The NRC and MustGrow are conducting a series of efficacy assessments of MustGrow’s patented natural biopesticide as a natural pre-plant, pre-pot soil treatment for soil-borne pests and diseases that affect cannabis production. MustGrow intends to seek Health Canada approval of its natural biopesticide for eventual use by Canada’s licensed cannabis producers. The R&D program is currently targeting a number of soil-borne pests and diseases that have been particularly problematic for many of Canada’s licensed cannabis producers, including but not limited to:

  • Botrytis (gray mold, bud rot), a serious and common disease often brought into facilities via contaminated soil.
  • Fusarium and Rhizoctonia (root rot), known to destroy entire cannabis rooms and can lay dormant in both soil and waterlines for years before becoming active and detrimental.