Ecospray

  1. New trials announced

    Ecospray is continuing to research a range of exciting new applications, with the following research currently taking place: • NEMguard on carrot root fly (in conjunction with Certis Europe) • Canadian trials of NEMguard effectiveness against the emerald ash borer beetle and white moth caterpillar (in conjunction with Bio Forest Technologies) • UK trials of Continue…

  2. Ecospray’s EGC Granules have just received CRD UK approval (Annex 1 registration in Europe.) This new product was introduced to supplement the established EGC liquid and means that groundsmen and green keepers now have a choice of delivery methods. While the liquid version provides fast-acting control of nematodes all year round, the granular version provides Continue…

  3. Ecospray is delighted to welcome Nick Orr as new Finance Director. A qualified Chartered Accountant with an MBA from Manchester Business School, Nick is an experienced FD, with more than 20 years experience of successfully developing a variety of businesses from start-ups through to divisions of a US multi-national and a UK plc. Key achievements Continue…

  4. Growers of bulb onions, garlic, leeks and shallots now have the flexibility to use an alternative nematicide for the control of stem, bulb and root knot nematodes. Peter Hingley, independent vegetable consultant, explains that an ‘Emergency Authorisation for Minor Use’ (EAMU) has been granted for the use of Ecospray’s NEMguard DE (garlic extract) on these Continue…

  5. Ecospray’s NEMguard DE (garlic extract), exclusively distributed in the UK by Certis, has been granted an ‘Extension of Authorisation for Minor Use’ (EAMU) to allow applications to be made to outdoor crops of fodder beet and red beet for the control of free living nematodes. Peter Hingley, independent vegetable consultant, explains the significance of this development Continue…

  6. Ecospray, in conjunction with partners Target Set Technology and the University of East Anglia, has been successful in securing a grant of almost £1 million from the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK’s Agri-Tech Catalyst Industrial Research Awards to develop new application methods for NEMguard, our garlic-derived nematicide. With an increasing number of chemical pesticides under Continue…

  7. Ecospray has signed an exclusive deal with Byotrol plc, the specialist developer of residual antimicrobial technologies, enabling us to offer sports/amenity clients an enhanced suite of products to target a range of issues including harmful pathogens in artificial sports turf. An increasing growing number of groundsmen from across a range of sports/amenity sectors including golf, Continue…

  8. Ecospray has been awarded an £800 grant by UKTI to support a trip to the US in October 2015 where we will be exploring sales development opportunities. Philip Charlton Smith, CEO of Ecospray says: “With distributorships now established in 46 countries worldwide, our next major target is the US where we already have strong links Continue…

  9. In line with our expanding portfolio of worldwide distributors, Ecospray has appointed Sicily-based Emanuele Medico, 32, as Technical Sales Manager. An experienced project manager, who previously worked for Ecospray’s UK and Northern/Eastern European distributor, Certis Europe BV, he will be responsible for helping our worldwide distributor base achieve registration for our products and develop sales Continue…

  10. On the back of the success and effectiveness of our Eagle Green Care liquid (EGCL) nematicide – 65% of UK premiership football clubs use it to treat their patchy pitches – we’re trialling a new granular formulation of the product at three locations. EGC granules are being trialled at Wembley, Arsenal and Hull City as Continue…