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Opal™ Insecticidal Soap


March 31, 2008
By Fruit & Vegetable

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opal_-_small_picOpal, a newly registered insecticidal soap from Omex Agriculture Inc., is now available in Canada. Opal is made from the potassium
salts of fatty acids and is registered to control a number of insects
including aphids, whiteflies, and spidermites.

opal_-_small_picOpal, a newly registered insecticidal soap from Omex Agriculture Inc., is now available in Canada. Opal is made from the potassium salts of fatty acids and is registered to control a number of insects including aphids, whiteflies, and spidermites. Opal can be used in greenhouse ornamental,
greenhouse vegetable, outdoor ornamental, tree fruit, and field vegetable production. Technical and sales support of Opal is being handled by Terralink Horticulture in British Columbia and by Engage Agro in all other provinces.

For more information, please visit www.engageagro.com or call 1-866-613-3336.

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