Jan 9, 2019
MGK Launches New Botanical Insecticide for Organic Production

Adding to its organic botanical portfolio of solutions for insect control, MGK recently introduced Azera Pro to the greenhouse, nursery, and landscape industry.

Azera Pro is OMRI listed and meets USDA’s NOP requirements and complements other products already being used in the nursery and greenhouse industry such as PyGanic Specialty and PyGanic Gardening. 

Azera Pro, is designed for professional use against hundreds of insect pests in commercial greenhouses, nurseries and landscapes. It delivers a one-two punch to quickly knock down and kill hard-bodied insects as well as  soft-bodied pests by combining contact kill and insect growth regulator (IGR).

“When growers are looking for efficacy and softer chemistry we want them to look at MGK’s line of botanical insecticide options. Azera Pro controls hard-to-kill insects, with dependability, reliability, and peace of mind,” says John Buenneke, Director of Global Botanicals of MGK.

The latest addition to the MGK botanical portfolio includes the combination of pyrethrins and azadirachtin.  This combination of active ingredients has proven efficacy on more than 200 insect species including ants, aphids and beetles.

Azera Pro is available through Mycorrhizal Applications LLC (MA), as well as the master distributor of a suite of additional biological and botanical plant support products for the horticulture industry.

More information is available at mycorrhizae.com.


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