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‘Beyond Agriculture – Opportunities to Diversify’ seminar to be held in the Leven Suite at the SECC, Glasgow, UK, 16th October 2007.
Exosex CM reduces fruit damage by over 85% compared to standard organic sprays in Kent and East Sussex orchards
Belgian apple and pear growers to benefit from innovative Active mating disruption technology
Exosect presents update on success of green technology
New tablet controls Stored Product Moth Pests for indoor manufacturing and storage environments
Exosect’s Pest Control solution wins ‘INNOFEL Award’
Exosect’s Exosex SPTab solution awarded ‘Best New Product’
Italy’s Leading Bio Agro Company and Exosect to Bring Award Winning Green Pest Control Systems to the Italian market
Greek apple and pear growers to benefit from innovative Active Mating Disruption technology
The UK’s leading biological research company, Exosect offers a new solution to the Horticultural Industry
Launch of New Product which Matches Efficacy of Traditional Farmer Practise with Greater Economic and Environmental Benefits
Exosect's Exosex SPTab solution selected as finalist in the 'Best Innovation in Non-Crop' category
Exosect to present pioneering Exosex SPTab solution at the ‘Life After Methyl Bromide’’ event, organised by the Society of Food Hygiene Technology (SOFHT)
Honey bees pollinate nearly $200bn worth of crops worldwide and increase production in 87 out of 115 of the leading food groups.
A new pest control technique from leading expert Exosect, is being used by Sainsbury's to protect Britain's valuable apple crop from its biggest predator, the Codling Moth.
Exosect, the innovative provider of Intelligent Pest Management solutions, has received ISO 9001 certification from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Ltd (LRQA). The approval from the international certification body confirms Exosect’s quality management system meets the requirements of the ISO standard.
Exosect, the innovative provider of Intelligent Pest Management solutions, is pleased to formally announce the appointment of three new UK distributors for its recently launched moth control solution, Exosex SPTab.
An Exosect led consortium has been awarded a quarter of a million pound grant from the Technology Strategy Board to bring to market pioneering biotechnology for the control of grain store pests.
Exosect highlights how apple and pear growers can conform to the new Sustainable Use Directive
The list is produced as part of the Global Cleantech 100 program, run in collaboration with the Guardian News and Media
Ten UK Companies That Will Change Your Life
Exosex SPTab the unique pheromone based control for Stored Product moths receives further registrations in Europe
The Sunday Times
Bayer CropScience AG acquires innovative product for the control of varroa mites in honey bees from Exosect Ltd.
Dr. Clare Storm presents Exosect’s mycoinsecticide delivery project at the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA) annual meeting in Switzerland
By Kabir ChibberTechnology of business reporter, BBC News
Exosect announces Semco as Japanese distributor for Exosex SPTab at international distributor conference in Amsterdam.
George Freeman MP visits ‘pollen to plate’ food protection innovators.
Exosect and Sylvan Bio sign a long term collaboration agreement to develop microbial based technology initially for grain store pests.
Easing the global food crisis through sustainable agriculture.
Exosect announce further funding to support licensing strategy.
Exosect addresses government forum on food security and innovation in the food chain.
Collections of irreplaceable and valuable artefacts in many of Britain's museums and heritage properties are under threat from a growing army of insects...BBC News
Agriculture faces a looming crisis, but a host of bio-based solutions could come to the rescue, argues Martin Brown.
Conference to be held on August 7th – 11th, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Exosect's innovative pheromone technology for Stem Borer in rice is nominated as a finalist for the Agrow Awards.
Clothes moth and other voracious pests will be the key topic for discussion at the 2011 Pest Odyssey conference to be held at the British Museum.
Exosect’s CEO, Martin Brown evaluates the role of biotechnology in feeding an ever growing population at the CropWorld conference.
Learn about Exosex CLTab at English Heritage and Hampton Court Palace.
Exosect’s Exosex SPTab receives Spanish approval and will be launched by Comercial Química Massó.
Exosex CM to be distributed in France by Makhteshim Agan.
Exosex SPTab was launched in Spain today by Comercial Química Massó.
Exosect secures an exclusive licence for a fungal isolate of Beauveria bassiana from Fera, the UK’s Food, Environment and Research Agency.
Exosect CEO, Martin Brown, will be addressing the CropWorld Conference, 27th & 28th March 2012, North Carolina.
Exosect CEO, Martin Brown identifies Bio-Conventional as an emerging sector within the crop protection industry.
First full scale trials of pioneering technology to control beetles and weevils in grain stores.
Exosect appoints Richard Clothier as new Chairman.
Exosect obtains Italian registration for Exosex OFM for the control of Oriental Fruit moth.
Leeds castle deploys a unique sex pheromone system to frustrate and confuse its latest invaders.
Exosect's innovative technology to control insect pests in grain storage is shortlisted for the Agrow Awards.
Exosect's pheromone technology receives regulatory approval for Grape Vine moth in Turkey.
Innovative agricultural technology companies Exosect, Oxitec and Plant Impact to provide unique business insights at CropWorld 2012.
Exosect announces that it is future scoping the range of applications for its EntostatTM technology platform.
Exosect will be presenting latest research findings at ABIM and CropWorld Global 2012.
Exosect is attracting interest from big business with its eco-friendly pest control, writes Catherine Wheatley for the Sunday Times.
Protecting maize from post-harvest pests - In Sub-Saharan Africa, most of the losses in the food supply chain take place during post-harvest storage and handling.
Protecting maize from post-harvest pests
Andy Jones has been newly appointed by Exosect to manage the project which aims to reduce the poverty of subsistence farmers by wasting less maize to insects.
Protecting maize from post-harvest pests
Exosect Ltd. has today received confirmation of importation licenses from Tanzania and Ghana for trials of its bio-pesticide grain protectant
Exosect Licensing Strategy Gains Momentum
Winchester – UK –, 5th July 2013, UK based research company Exosect announced the completion of a $4m round of funding.
Exosect Limited announced today (2nd September 2013) that they have reached an agreement with Xenex Associates owned, Pest Trader business for the expanded distribution of their Public Health products for professional use.
Exosect welcomes Senior Formulation Chemist, Igor Curcic PhD
Grains Research & Development Corporation to fund development of biopesticide for key post-harvest grain pests.
New website reflects move to licensing business model
Rob Cannings joins Exosect as Business Development Director