XiteBio announces newly expanded registration for PulseRhizo

XiteBio Technologies Inc. announced the introduction of XiteBio PulseRhizo, a premium liquid inoculant for pea, lentil and faba bean, to the Canadian and U.S. markets for the 2016 season. XiteBio PulseRhizo officially replaces the previously registered XiteBio PeasRhizo and expands on an enhanced label. While still remaining the same superior quality premium liquid inoculant for pea & lentil, PulseRhizo also features the following enhancements:

  • product use expanded to include faba bean

  • on-seed compatibility with most popular seed treatments extended to 48 hours

  • application methods expanded to include in-furrow as well as on-seed treatment

"XiteBio PulseRhizo is the result of collaborative efforts with growers and retailers to deliver on our commitment to enhancing our product lines", says Dr. Manas Banerjee, President & CEO of XiteBio Technologies. Powered by the revolutionary AGPT (Advanced Growth Promoting Technology), XiteBio PulseRhizo works to invigorate the natural microflora in the soil while also adding fresh rhizobia for optimum nitrogen fixation. "Synergy between the microbes is the key here to have consistent performance in the field," explains Dr. Banerjee.

"By continually communicating with the end users, we're able to adapt to a changing marketplace to improve agriculture production" says Bob Reekie, Business & Product Manager at XiteBio. Reekie further adds "lengthening the on-seed window to 48 hours with chemical seed treatments and the additional in-furrow application just opens up new opportunities for the pulse crops in the Prairies. We hope it is going to be an embracing technology for the pulses".

XiteBio PulseRhizo is a premium liquid inoculant for pea, lentil and faba bean powered by AGPT. PulseRhizo enhances crop performance and nodulation while maximizing yield. Along with XiteBio SoyRhizo (a premium liquid inoculant for soybean), XiteBio PulseRhizo is becoming the outstanding option for producers, exclusively available from XiteBio and its North American distributors & dealers.


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