ONIT Sciences, a cannabis-focused agriculture technology company, has acquired the worldwide rights to sell, market and distribute two natural, all-organic products to the lucrative hemp and cannabis cultivation markets. These products are specifically formulated to address the two greatest challenges faced by growers—destructive mold and mildew and insect pests.
“The executive team at ONIT is singularly focused on adding value to our company” stated Gerry Martin, chief executive officer of ONIT Sciences. “One of the most important ways we can do this is with intellectual property. We started with one very special product, ONIT Grow™, and are now strategically expanding our product offerings, as demonstrated by the introduction of these two all-natural, registered organic, products.”
The first product to join ONIT Science’s product line is a natural, organic fungicide that combats and eradicates mold and mildew on plants grown in any environment. This product is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) as an organic input, assuring its suitability for certified organic production, handling, and processing. This product has proven effective in commercial agriculture applications and fits the profile for cannabis grown for THC, as well as hemp grown for CBD and other commercial products.
The second product is a natural, organic product that deters and kills insects that are known to feed on cannabis plants. Controlling and eliminating an infestation of pests can mean the difference between a successful harvest and a devastating loss. Like the fungicide, this product is also OMRI listed and has proven highly effective on food crops grown using organic input protocols.
“ONIT Sciences is dedicated to unlocking the full genetic potential of every plant,” noted ONIT COO, Dennis Locke. “We can’t do that if plants are under attack by insects, molds or fungi. These two products naturally complement our plant health enhancer, ONIT Grow™. In fact, ONIT Grow™ is the perfect delivery system for this fungicide and insecticide, as well as any nutrient, microbial or other input used to grow hemp or cannabis.”
Call ONIT Sciences at (949) 317-1811 now to find out how you can participate in the tremendous upside potential of the medical cannabis market—while avoiding regulatory hurdles faced by growers, processors and retailers.