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El éxito de la agroindustria del cannabis requiere plantas sanas que estén libres de plagas y enfermedades. Como las plantas se cultivan a partir de semillas o clones, tienen un ciclo de vida corto y, a menudo, se cultivan en salas de cultivo en lugar de invernaderos, es posible mantener un entorno de crecimiento casi completamente libre de plagas. Sin embargo, casi siempre; las plagas, incluidos insectos, ácaros y patógenos, a veces encuentran su camino hacia las instalaciones de crecimiento. El reconocimiento temprano, el tratamiento y el monitoreo continuo son importantes para evitar que un brote de plaga se salga de control.

Un entorno de crecimiento controlado con plantas que no estén excesivamente estresadas es esencial para la investigación y la producción de cannabis saludable. Las plagas de insectos, patógenos y mohos pueden causar cambios sutiles en la expresión genética o el metabolismo de las plantas que afectan la investigación y el rendimiento de las plantas.

Por lo tanto, las inspecciones periódicas para detectar infestaciones, la limpieza frecuente de las áreas de crecimiento de las plantas, la eliminación adecuada de material vegetal muerto o enfermo y el acceso controlado a las salas de crecimiento ayudarán a que la investigación sea más reproducible y los rendimientos de las plantas más saludables y confiables.

Botanical Cleaner – BAC Botanical Antimicrobial Cleaner

BAC (Botanical Antimicrobial Cleaner) is proven to be a 99.999% effective residual action cleaner.

Over 20 years of research, comprised of expert chemists and engineers, resulted in a 100% certified organic botanical product recognized as safe under FIFRA by the EPA and FDA. Within minutes of application, BAC tackles surface damaging mold, organisms, pests, and insects, making it the leading antimicrobial cleaner  for both commercial, residential and agricultural use.

BAC is tough enough to clean surfaces in hospitals, schools, daycares and clinics; and yet gentle enough for household surfaces, including: glass, stainless, wood, carpet, and fabrics. BAC is safe for humans and pets- safe enough, even, to be used as a produce wash. BAC, when used on industrial remediation projects, both cleans and provides residual protection against future surface damaging mold and mildew.

BAC provides a sustainable, alternative to eco-destroying products. BAC can be applied as a mist (it doesn’t need to be shaken or wiped off) and, unlike many harsh chemical products, it has a mild wintergreen or lemon fresh.

BAC’s research team created a formula from whole plant naturally sourced essential oils, replacing toxic products and reimagining green, highly-effective solutions.

BigShot Maxim (Concentrate)

ORGANICALLY GROWN BOTANICAL MOSQUITO AND AGRICULTURAL PEST CONTROL.

Safe to People, Animals, Fish, Plants and is completely Bee & Butterfly Friendly – Mosquito Larvicide, Pupacide and Adulticide.

Agricultural Pesticide, Fungicide and Fertilizer all in one!!

Many types of insecticides have been used to kill mosquitoes and other insect pests. Nonetheless, many insecticides have disadvantages. Some are toxic to humans, are harmful to the environment, or have limited efficacy. Accordingly, there is a continuing need for environmentally friendly compounds having improved insecticidal properties.

The organically grown ingredients that make up the BigShot Mosquito & Agricultural Pest Control product are ingredients that have been formulated using EPA recognized FIFRA (GRAS) “generally recognized as safe” active and inert ingredients. These ingredients after decades of use globally have proven to have no harmful effects and therefore have unrestricted use as described on the label, and are registered within the U.S. states as a FIFRA 25(b) labeled product.

Bio-Protocol Prevention and Control of Pest and Mold for Cannabis Growing facilities


A controlled growth environment with plants that are not excessively stressed is essential for research and healthy yield production of cannabis. Insect pests, pathogens and molds can cause subtle changes in gene expression or plant metabolism that affect research and plant yields. Therefore, regular inspections for infestations, frequent cleaning of plant growth areas, proper disposal of dead or diseased plant material, and controlled access to the growth rooms will help to make research more reproducible and plant yields more healthy and reliable.

Powdery mildew, a fungal pathogen, and arthropod pests, including aphids, thrips, fungus gnats, and spider mites, are the most common problems. This protocol describes bio – protocols utilizing botanical insect and pathogen control by means of maintaining optimal growth conditions, promptly disposing of dead or diseased plant material, and the use of botanically derived biodegradable environmentally sound PreVasive’ products. Included are recommendations for environmental controls, controlled access in growing rooms and infestation event mitigation.

Successful cannabis agri-business require healthy plants that are free from pests and diseases. As plants are grown from seed or clone, have a short life cycle, and are often raised in grow rooms rather than greenhouses, it is possible to maintain an almost entirely pest-free growth environment. However, almost always; pests including insects, mites, and pathogens do sometimes find their way into growth facilities. Early recognition, treatment, and continuous monitoring are important to preventing a pest outbreak from getting out of control.

Many pests, including, aphids, thrips, spider mites, white flies and powdery mildew, can become pervasive in cannabis growing facilities. Consistent greenhouse practices used in the care of other plant species can be applied similarly well to preventing pest and pathogen infestations of cannabis growing operations. This protocol focuses on the monitoring and management of pests and pathogens that are frequently found on cannabis. It also includes a general description of plant symptoms, life cycles of the most common pests, and PreVasive’ treatment options.

Growth Supplies
Always use clean or new pots and trays. For potting soil, use bagged, commercial, peat-based soilless mixes. If pots or flats must be reused, they should be cleaned thoroughly with PreVasive’s BAC botanical antimicrobial cleaner solution rinsing with water afterward., then reapply BAC as a residual surface coating.

Dead Plant Material

Remove dead or dying plants in the growing areas. When plants are no longer needed, bag them tightly and remove them from the growth facility. Also, remove cells that do not have any sprouted seeds from plant flats. These cells will stay damper than ones with plants growing in them and can provide a breading environment for fungus gnats and diseases.

(BAC) Botanical Antimicrobial Thyme EPA Recognized FIFRA- 25B

A safer, cost effective Germicidal Antimicrobial anti-Fungal and Pest control
Organic product

The Natural alternative

• Active ingredient is directly from whole essential oil of white thyme
• Non-toxic
• Non-corrosive
• Not irritating
• Biodegradable
• EPA GRAS

EPA, USDA, FDA FIFRA Recognized product: BAC

• Active-Thyme essential oil, CAS-8007-46-3
• 40 CFR180.940(a) Food-contact surfaces in public eating places, dairy processing equipment, and food –processing equipment and utensils
• 40CFR 180.960 any food use site
• Minimum Risk Exemption 40CFR 152.25(t)
• EPA (GRAS) – Generally recognized as Safe
• 40 CFR 180.910 / 40 CFR 180.920 FIFRA 25 B-For use on growing crops or raw agriculture products after harvest.
• 40 CFR 180.930 for use on animals.

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