East Hartford, CT— OxiPhos has received its updated EPA-registration (No. 70299-22-AA) that allows the west coast access to a foliar spray to successfully control disease on flowering plants in greenhouses. When OxiPhos received its updated registration, it was also added to California’s list for Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR); a collection of specified products approved for use on cannabis under specific state parameters.
As a critical component of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program, this residue-free chemistry provides two-pronged approach to controlling disease on cannabis. OxiPhos is used as a foliar spray in California for on-contact activity, but also works systemically to trigger the plant’s Induced Systemic Response (ISR) and keeps the plant on “high alert” throughout the season.