BioSafe Systems' News

New 2(ee) Label Addition for Bacterial Disease Control on Pulse Crops

BioSafe Systems has issued a new 2(ee) label addition to their flagship disease control product. As per 2(ee) label supplement, OxiDate® 5.0 can be used to treat and control common blight, halo blight, brown spot and bacterial wilt on chickpeas, dry beans, lima beans, peas and snap peas.

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A message regarding COVID-19

BioSafe Systems recognizes that the rapidly changing events surrounding COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge and the source of uncertainty. The health and welfare of our team, our customers, and the communities in which we live, and work continue to be our top priority. BioSafe Systems has put in place new policies and procedures to comply with all local and national guidelines and the recommendations of public health authorities.

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BioSafe Systems hires new production manager

BioSafe Systems is pleased to announce the hire of Patrick Dunlevy as the new Production Control Manager. Working out of the headquarters, Patrick will be working to ensure the highest level of quality control for products and supervising manufacturing processes for continuous reliability and efficiency.

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BioSafe Systems adds to Engineering Team

BioSafe Systems is pleased to announce the hire of Don Hobro as the new Chemical/Project Application Engineer. Don currently lives in New Hartford, Connecticut and will be working out of headquarters to oversee the OxyFusion™ process and its development, a unique point-of-use chemical generator for peroxyacetic acid.

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SOLitude and BioSafe Systems Improve Pond with Organic Management Tool

SOLitude Lake Management introduced an alternative option to the community - one that aligns with the environmental principles of the residents while also nurturing the health and appearance of the aquatic environment. In the presence of GreenClean Liquid 5.0, algae and cyanobacteria are quickly controlled, with water and oxygen left as the natural byproducts after the reaction.

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