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W. magna, 90% efficacy on mildew

Lyon, 4th Mai 2018 AMOEBA announces today the first greenhouse test results conducted with the microorganism, Willaertia magna C2c Maky, used as a biocontrol agent for the control of mildew on grapevine.

 The results of the first greenhouse trials show very clear dose-responses of Willaertia magna C2c Maky in a formulated product. The efficacy of more than 90% of the formulated product on mildew has to be compared to the usual efficacy of biocontrol agents of around 50% observed in greenhouses. A new series of tests is scheduled in 2018 in preparation of the field trials planned in 2019. 

These first greenhouse tests, which confirm the previous in vitro trials (see our press release dated November 22, 2017), are a fundamental milestone to validate the potential use of Willaertia magna C2c Maky as an alternative to traditional chemical products. These tests were carried out by CONIDIA, an independent recognized expert in fungi and their resistance to fungicides.

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