14 Sep, 2015

Marrone Bio Innovations’ Grandevo® Bioinsecticide Receives Completeness Determination from the Netherlands

DAVIS, CA – September 14, 2015 - Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI), (NASDAQ: MBII), a leading provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products for the agriculture, turf and ornamental and water treatment markets, announced today that its GRANDEVO bioinsecticide has received a completeness determination from the European Commission and is now cleared to [...]

17 Apr, 2014

Marrone Bio Innovations Submits Grandevo Bioinsecticide for Mexican Registration

Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI)[NASDAQ: MBII], a leading global provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products announced it has submitted GRANDEVO® bioinsecticide for registration in Mexico. GRANDEVO controls a broad spectrum of insects and mites in a wide variety of agricultural crops. Upon registration, it will join REGALIA® MAXX biofungicide, the first MBI product registered in Mexico, in providing growers a high level of crop protection with the benefits of a bio-based product.  […]

23 May, 2013

EPA: Marrone bioinsecticide won’t harm bees

Originally published by Sacramento Business Journal online By Mark Anderson Davis-based Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. got U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approval to delete a bee toxicity warning statement on its Grandevo Bioinsecticide label. The company released the product last fall, and it is finding great success with it, said Marrone spokesman Rich Fedigan. The product protects citrus crops from the Asian citrus psyllid, which deforms fruit such as oranges and lemons, and eventually kills the tree. The EPA issued the ruling on bee safety last week, Fedigan said. […]

21 May, 2013

Grandevo® Bioinsecticide Removes Bee Warning from Label

Gives growers a tool to protect crops while not harming key pollinators  Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI), has received U.S. EPA approval to delete the bee toxicity warning statement from its Grandevo® Bioinsecticide label following a review. The removal of the toxicity statement is supported by third-party field evaluations that show Grandevo has no increased mortality or detrimental effects to honeybees. The key study was conducted in central North Carolina during the summer of 2012. The month-long hive study compared the mortality rates of Grandevo versus a known toxic pesticide reference treatment and a water treatment control. […]

13 May, 2013

Eurofins Study: Determination of Side Effects after Application of Grandevo on Honeybees

Findings originally published in Bee Culture magazine, April 2013 Eurofins Agroscience Services, Inc. conducted a study in summer 2012 to determine the effects of exposure of Grandevo® bioinsecticde on honey bees. The results showed: (a) no statistically significant increase in mortality of honeybees during the post application period, (b) a temporary decline in flight intensity was [...]

16 Apr, 2013

Engage Agro USA launching Grandevo PTO bioinsecticide

Originally published by Golf Course Industry EngageAgro USA has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI) for its Grandevo PTO bioinsecticide product in the U.S.  […]

14 Nov, 2012

GRANDEVO Awarded “Best New Biopesticide” by Agrow

Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. a leading global provider of biopesticides for agriculture and water applications, announced today that its groundbreaking Grandevo® bioinsecticide has been recognized by Agrow as “Best New Biopesticide” for 2012. The prestigious Agrow Awards honor corporate and individual excellence in the crop protection and production industry. “We are honored that Agrow recognized our commercialization of Grandevo as ‘Best New Biopesticide’ of the year,” said Marrone Bio Innovations CEO Pam Marrone, who accepted the award at Agrow’s ceremony in London. “As more growers recognize the value of biopesticides in pest management programs, we are proud to offer this breakthrough product that is paving the way for new, innovative uses of microbial insecticides in modern field and greenhouse pest management.” […]