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US: OxiPhos approved for California cannabis

OxiPhos has received its updated EPA-registration (No. 70299-22-AA) that allows the west coast access to a foliar spray to successfully control disease on flowering plants in greenhouses. When OxiPhos received its updated registration, it was also added to California’s list for the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR), a collection of specified products approved for use on cannabis under specific state parameters.

As a critical component of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program, this residue-free chemistry provides a two-pronged approach to controlling disease on cannabis. OxiPhos is used as a foliar spray in California for on-contact activity, but it also works systemically to trigger the plant’s Induced Systemic Response (ISR) and keeps the plant on “high alert” throughout the season.

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