The Story Exchange | Christina Kelly | Article Link | Oct 9, 2018 Entomologist Pam Marrone has turned a fascination with insects into Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., a publicly traded company that develops natural pest-control products as alternatives to controversial pesticides. The Davis, California, business stands to benefit from a slew of bad legal news [...]
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Click here to view on HC Wainwright site Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (Nasdaq: MBII) Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. provides bio-based pest management and plant health products primarily for agricultural and water markets in the United States and internationally. It offers herbicides; fungicides; nematicides; insecticides; algaecides for algae control; molluscicides for mussel and snail control; plant [...]
MBI Named Finalist for Best R&D Pipeline, Best New Biological Product (Biopesticide) and Best Industry Collaboration Categories DAVIS, Calif., Sept. 25, 2018 – Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI) (NASDAQ: MBII), a leading global provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products, has been nominated as a finalist for the 2018 Agrow Awards in the [...]
Bloomberg Environment | Dr. Pam Marrone | Sept 24, 2018 | Article Link Whether it is in China, Guatemala, Brazil, Europe, or the U.S., consumers, and especially young people, want more information and transparency about how crops are grown and how their food is produced. Food companies are taking notice, and efforts such as the [...]
Biological Solutions for Asian Citrus Psyllid Relief
In the AgPro Podcast, voices from the industry asked: How can retailers benefit from offering biological products for crop protection and crop enhancement? Pam Marrone, Davis, Calif., CEO and Founder of Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. A: “We’re finding there’s a pretty low awareness of the biological category, although it’s growing dramatically because the growth of [...]
Entomology Today | Robert K.D. Peterson, Ph.D. | Article Link While the ideal of integrated pest management has been pursued and adopted in a variety of settings since the mid-20th century, recent trends point to perhaps too great a focus on killing pests rather than managing host stress. In a new paper in American Entomologist, [...]