Stockton Group, Syngenta sign agreements on biofungicide technology

The Stockton Group, a leader in innovative botanical based crop protection, has signed a major agreement with Syngenta as the exclusive global distributor of new biofungicide technology based on tea tree oil for the control of several diseases in ornamental crops.

Stockton products will be sold globally under the Syngenta brand for botrytis and powdery mildew in ornamentals.

Syngenta will market the new biofungicide technology in Europe, Latin America, Asia, North America, and Africa.

The biofungicide technology complements the comprehensive fungicide portfolio of Syngenta and will help to provide its customers with sustainable tools for disease resistance management.

Guy Elitzur, CEO of Stockton Group, says Syngenta is the perfect partner for Stockton’s new ornamental products.

Jonathan Campbell, Syngenta Head Partnerships & Scouting for Lawn & Garden R&D, says the agreements are great news, and the company looks forward to working with Stockton to drive the project forward.

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