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Revolutionizing weed control: introduces organic solution amid rising herbicide resistance

In the ongoing battle against weeds, the agricultural sector faces a formidable challenge: the rise of herbicide resistance. With 530 unique cases of resistance spanning 272 species, weeds have outmaneuvered chemical controls, adapting to 21 of the 31 known herbicide action sites and resisting 168 different herbicides. This phenomenon has spread across 100 crops in 72 countries, signaling a critical turning point in how we manage crop protection.

Organic solution

Enter, a pioneering company at the forefront of agricultural innovation, offering a beacon of hope with its fully organic solution. Targeting the most common crops, has developed a method that not only addresses the pervasive issue of herbicide resistance but also champions sustainability and efficiency.

Competitive pricing and rapid application rates

The solution stands out for its competitive pricing and rapid application rates, making it an attractive option for farmers worldwide. Moreover, it boasts an impressive energy-saving feature, consuming approximately 70% less energy than traditional synthetic chemical herbicides. This not only reduces the carbon footprint associated with weed control but also aligns with the growing demand for environmentally friendly farming practices.

Demonstration days

For those in the agricultural sector seeking a firsthand look at this groundbreaking technology, extends an invitation to its demonstration days. Interested parties can witness the efficacy and efficiency of the solution in action, providing a tangible glimpse into the future of sustainable weed management.

To secure a spot, visit’s demonstration day page or book a meeting directly through Calendly.

As herbicide-resistant weeds continue to challenge global food production, the introduction of’s organic solution represents a significant stride towards sustainable agriculture. By embracing innovation and prioritizing the health of our planet, is not only tackling herbicide resistance head-on but also paving the way for a greener, more resilient future in farming.

Further information:
Dirk Vandenhirtz, CEO
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