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EPA-registered and USDA-Certified Organic Pesticides Now Available for Licensing through Verde Bio-Science

An agribusiness licensing company, Verde Bio-Science, has added a line of patent-pending EPA-registered and USDA-certified organic products available for licensing by others.

The newly-added organic line includes multiple insecticides and herbicides, plus a fungicide, miticide, horticultural oil, and several repellents.   The eleven new products bring the company’s total list of product registrations available for licensing to 438.

“We are pleased to add these EPA-registered and USDA-certified organic products to our license offering,” said Jeff Elliott, Executive Vice President of Sales for Verde Bio Science. “We receive numerous requests for licenses for certified organic products; these new inputs will make a number of our clients very happy.”

Verde Bio-Science, a DBA of Custom Chemicides, licenses companies to manufacture, sell, and distribute its agricultural and horticulture products through its patent-pending Smart Licensing Program.

“Our licensing program brings together people, companies, and products from various pesticide and fertilizer industries,” said Elliott. “On one side of the business, we work with scientists, labs, chemists, corporations, and even bench-shop chemists who have patented, patent-pending, and post-patent ag products they want to license to others.”

“On the other side of our business, we have clients who purchase licenses from us allowing them to begin manufacturing the products almost instantaneously.  Purchasing a license satisfies their immediate need for the product, and eliminates the costly multi-year effort of registering the chemical, conducting test trials, and gathering crop data.

“Our clients have saved a great deal of time, money, and aggravation by purchasing licenses for the exact products they need, as well as opening whole new lines of business for their company.”

Verde Bio-Science also offers full turn-key business packages ranging from chemical manufacturing facility development and set-up, to the hiring of a sales force for those newly entering the ag industry.

Via EPR Network
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