Entries by Alyssa Davis

BioSafe Systems Hires Director of Food Safety

East Hartford, CT – BioSafe Systems recently hired Kevin Watson, of Yuma, AZ, as Director of Food Safety for our agriculture market segment. With decades of experience in post-harvest/food safety, Kevin will be assisting growers and processors with sanitation issues and food safety plans from field to fork. Kevin has 30 years’ experience in agriculture, […]

BioSafe Adds New Horticulture Technical Representative in Texas Area

East Hartford, CT – BioSafe Systems has recently expanded its horticulture team with the addition of Clint Medlen. Clint joins BioSafe as the T&O and Horticulture Technical Representative for Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Born and raised in Texas, Clint currently lives in Dallas. A graduate of Texas A&M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, […]

BioSafe Adds Business Development Manager for Field Crops

East Hartford, CT—BioSafe Systems would like to announce a recent addition to its agriculture team, Kurt Schwartau. Kurt joins BioSafe as the North American Business Development Manager for Field Crops with a focus on the Rockies and Plains regions. A native of Minnesota, Kurt is based in Evergreen, CO, where he lives with his wife, […]

BioSafe Systems AG Division Expands Post-Harvest Support in the Western US

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems is excited to announce the newest member of our team, Bill Flynn. Bill, whose home base is in Arizona, has a technical focus on post-harvest solutions and food safety. A lifelong resident of the desert southwest, Bill and his wife, Kristin, raised their four children just minutes from the […]

Introducing New AzaGuard Formulation from BioSafe Systems

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems is excited to announce the release of a new and improved formulation of AzaGuard Insecticide/Nematicide. A common inert used in emulsified concentrates was recently put on the EPA watch list. To be proactive, BioSafe Systems underwent the process of reformulating AzaGuard and updating the label through the EPA to […]

Our Team Grows By Two New Members

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces the strategic hires of Kyle Pickles as the Technical Sales Representative for the California Central Coast and Steven Tillman as the Midwest Technical Sales Rep. Both will work in the Agriculture market segment. Kyle Pickles is based on the Central California Coast as a Technical Sales Representative. He […]

Growing Our Midwest Technical Team

EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems is excited to announce the strategic hire of Steven Tillman as a Technical Sales Representative for Midwestern United States.  With extensive experience and regional agricultural knowledge, Steven will be a great asset to the team. Steven graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Business Management and […]

Killer Pathogens Can Be Murder on Crops

Courtesy of Growing America They lurk deep down in the soils in crop fields—little murderers with names like Rhizoctonia, Pectobacterium and Pythium. You can’t see them, but you can see the mayhem they cause to your crops. Rotting roots. Wilted leaves. Lesions. Stunted growth. Money out the window. “Soil-borne plant pathogens can limit or even […]

BioSafe Systems Introduces PerCarb Broad-Spectrum Bactericide/Fungicide

EAST HARTFORD, CT, May 1 – BioSafe Systems announces PerCarb (Sodium Carbonate Peroxyhydrate), a new alternative to Potassium Bicarbonate and lime sulfur products for use in agriculture.  PerCarb is an EPA-registered, 0-hour REI, broad-spectrum bactericide/fungicide designed to treat and control plant pathogens that cause major foliar diseases on field-grown crops, tree crops, vine crops, berries, […]

The Drone Boom: What You Need To Know

A Special Contribution from GrowingAmerica.com Lynne Hayes, Growing America Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 Drones have been flying the skies of Japan since the 1980s thanks to Yamaha (yes, the motorcycle folks). Back then someone wanted a way to relieve the country’s aging farmers of some of the more backbreaking duties of tending rice paddies. In […]