urban-gro has announced the commercial availability of Eco-1 40, a broad-spectrum OMRI-listed solution for plants from the dipping stage to foliar applications during the growth cycle. Exclusively offered through urban-gro, Eco-1 40 was formulated and produced by Arborjet, the premier formulator of plant health solutions.
"Eco-1 40 is a powerful tool, used as one of multiple modes of action to combat disease and insects throughout the plant’s life cycle. With a commercial concentration of 40% active ingredients, Eco-1 40 is designed to be used as part of a proactive, integrated IPM program to help cultivators maximize their crop yield and quality and to avoid potentially expensive infestations or infections," the team with the company explains. "The product is made from a food-grade botanical formulation and is a 25b Minimum Risk product. It is safe for people and pets when used as directed."
Todd Statzer, Vice President of Environmental Sciences at urban-gro said, “Cannabis cultivators and operators must produce the highest possible yield with respect to cost, and minimize risk wherever possible. As the premier formulator for plant health solutions, Arborjet is a natural fit for a partnership. As the exclusive distributor of Eco-1 40, we can provide cultivators with the vetted products which are augmented by our crop protection programs and horticulture expertise.”
“Cultivators rely on urban-gro to ensure operational efficiency and economic advantage through a full spectrum of products and services for the life of their grow,” notes Mark Andrews, Vice President of Sales for Arborjet. “Our partnership is a key part of the solutions that urban-gro can provide to their customers. Eco1-40 was developed with the goal of starting plant protection at its youngest stage, thus giving a head start which can contribute to consistently higher quality crops.”
As the exclusive provider of Eco-1 40, urban-gro can provide cultivators detailed information about how this product can be used to maximize crop quality and yield, as well as the specific state-by-state certification and application regulations. Cultivators can contact urban-gro directly or speak to our experts onsite at NCIA’s Northeast Cannabis Business Conference, Booth 1617, on February 19-20, 2020.