Certis USA: The Biopesticide Company

Certis USA is a leading manufacturer and distributor of a broad line of biopesticide products for specialty agricultural and horticultural markets and the home and garden market. Certis USA products provide valuable solutions by meeting the challenges faced by today’s growers who are seeking sustainable alternatives, resistant pest management and harvest solutions, and low pesticide residues for market flexibility and export accessibility.


SPOTLIGHT

Organically Approved

Our product line features the broadest OMRI-listed biological offerings in the industry. More than 30 of our products are OMRI-listed, National Organic Program (NOP) approved and most are residue exempt. But our biopesticides are not solely used on organic acres. Most of our products are used by growers of conventionally produced agricultural crops.

Wasco Facility

Certis USA’s fermentation facility in Wasco, CA has been actively producing biopesticides for more than 50 years. Approximately 60 people work at the facility to produce the organically certified products sold by Certis USA and its tolling customers. Through its renovations over the years, the facility has been awarded many efficiency awards and certifications.

Worldwide Impact

We export our products to more than 50 countries worldwide. Plus, we are owned by Mitsui & Co., Ltd., one of the world’s most diversified trading, investment and services companies. It has a global network of 150 offices in 67 countries and 320 associated companies worldwide.

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FROM THE NEWSROOM

ManKocide

ManKocide Fungicide/Bactericide Receives 24c/SLN Registrations For Use to Prevent Bacterial Blight in Carrots Grown for Seed in ID, OR and WA

Idaho, Oregon and Washington departments of agriculture have granted 24c Special Local Need (SLN) registrations for the use of ManKocide® fungicide/bactericide on carrots grown for seed to prevent bacterial blight. Bacterial blight is a seedborne disease in carrots that affects seed quality and quantity thus making seeds unharvestable or unmarketable. The majority of the U.S. supply of carrot seeds are grown in the states of Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

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Badger Common'TaterBadger Common’Tater Highlights LifeGard® Plant Activator.

Joe Kertzman, managing editor of Badger Common’Tater, writes: There is no denying it. The sustainable production wave has captured the attention of potato growers.

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Greg RogersGregory Rogers Named Field Development Manager—Northeast/Great Lakes For Biopesticide Company Certis USA

Gregory S. Rogers joins Certis USA as Field Development Manager for the biopesticide company’s Northeast/Great Lakes territory. Rogers now serves as the lead technical representative for field research, product development and sales technical support for the northeastern U.S. (New England, Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes regions) and eastern Canada.

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