Thursday, 5 January 2006

Press Release: Exosex Mating Disruption Technique for Agricultural Pests Approved By US Organic Materials Review Institute

Exosect, a leading technology provider of environmentally-conscious insect pest control, today announced it has received organic verification from the US based Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI)- for five of its products.

The products in question represent the breakthrough process of mating disruption via sexual confusion for the following agricultural pests:

- Codling Moth (product: Exosex CM(tm))
- Grape Berry Moth (product: Exosex GMB(tm))
- Oriental Fruit Moth (product: Exosex OFM(tm))
- Peach Twig Borer (product: Exosex PTB(tm))
- Tomato Pin Worm (product: Exosex TPW(tm))

Further information on Exosect - including interviews, demonstrations, users stories and customer site visits - is available from MCC International via exosectpr@mccint.com.
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