SCOTTSDALE, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / May 23, 2016 / BioNovelus, Inc. (ONOV) BioNovelus executives President and CEO Jean Ekobo, and CFO, Mark Johnson, will be in Costa Rica the week of May 23, 2016 touring and evaluating five coffee farms participating in a Pilot Test that has revealed CR-10 to be an effective coffee leaf rust killer.
Additionally, BioNovelus has signed a Letter of Intent with a prominent Costa Rican distribution company dedicated to the production and commercialization of agrochemicals, fertilizers, fungicides, seeds and spraying equipment. This company also has expressed an interest in becoming the exclusive importer, distributor and seller of BioNovelus products throughout Central America.
This alliance has the potential to open the Central American market to BioNovelus for its biodegradable biopesticide, CR-10. Costa Rica is fourth in size with 93,800 hectares of coffee plantations in the region. Honduras comes first with 282,500 hectares, followed by Guatemala with 276,500 hectares, El Salvador with 152,200 hectares and Nicaragua with 126,200 hectares.
"Now that the rainy season has started, says Jean Ekobo, we are even more eager to monitor CR-10's performance. The data being collected by the farm cooperative CoopeAgri's is invaluable in proving that our product is effective throughout the entire coffee growing season."
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