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One Biosurfactant for all challenges

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Our product simultaneously controls
Diseases, Viruses, Fungi and Pests


Our product, a natural surfactant, is OMRI listed,
Registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”),
And the United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”)



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*Product and pricing is being updated and coming soon*

• Effective against diseases, pests, fungi
• Acts as a repellent and preventative measure
• 100% biodegradable, natural, and organic
• Non-toxic and environmentally friendly


*Maximum quantity of 4 for 1 gallon orders. Maximum quantity of 4 for 5 gallon orders. Inquire about 265 gallon totes at info@rhamnolipid.com.

*Make applications in the early stages of plant growth for initial control. Early treatment prevents diseases, fungi and viruses from developing. Thorough coverage is necessary for optimal control. To assure control make applications at the time that conditions are best for occurrence of zoospores and resultant diseases.


Our product can be used in agricultural and non-agricultural applications. They have the ability to:

• Control plant pathogens and pests
• Protect and prevent plants from pathogens and pests
• Can be used on zoosporic plant fungi such as citrus black spot, downy mildew, and Pythium in horticulture, turf, agriculture and ornamental plants

Our rhamnolipid biosurfactant is effective because it can destabilize the plasma membrane and cell wall of many plant diseases, explodes zoospores of fungal infections, and blocks the breathing tubes and destroys the digestive tract of pest larvae.

All of the following are some of the agricultural commodities, horticultural crops, ornamental plants, trees, shrubs and turf that can benefit from our product:

• Cannabis crops, such as hemp and marijuana
• Citrus Fruits, such as oranges, grapefruit, limes and lemons
• Leafy Vegetables, such as romaine lettuce, lettuce, asparagus, broccoli, cilantro, cabbage, endive, chicory, dandelion, celery, collards and spinach
• Grains, Fiber and Oil Crops, such as barley, corn, millets, oats, rice, rye, sorghums, wheat, cotton, soybeans and peanuts
• Herbs, such as basil, mint, dill, chive, oregano parsley, rosemary, lavender, sage and thyme
• Bulb crops, such as garlic, shallots, leeks, onions and green onions
• Legume Crops, such as alfalfa, clover, peas, chickpeas, lentils, lupin bean, mesquite, carob, soybeans, peanuts and tamarind
• Cane crops, such as sugarcane
• Melon and Cucurbit Vegetables, such as melon, watermelon, pumpkin, cantaloupe, cucumber, squash, gourds and zucchini
• Vine Crops, such as passion fruit and kiwi
• Root and Tuber Crops, such as carrots, beets, parsnips, turnips, radishes, potatoes and sweet potatoes
• Nut Trees, such as pecans, almonds, pistachios, walnuts, macadamia, hazelnut and cashews
• Fruit Trees, such as cherries, apples, apricot, avocado, coconut, fig, grapefruit, nectarines, guava, mango, mulberry, olive, peach, pear, plum and pomegranate
• Tropical Crops, such as cocoa, coffee, banana, plantain, guava, mango, papaya and pineapple
• Fruiting Vegetables, such as bell pepper, chili pepper, eggplant and tomato
• Berries, such as blueberry, gooseberry, raspberry and strawberry
• Ornamental plants, such as lilies, ivy, dahlia, poinsettias, peony, ferns, fuchsia, begonia, mini roses, bougamvillea, phlox, chrysanthemum, orchids and cyclamen
• Ornamental trees and shrubs, such as cedar, maple, spruce, ficus, myrtles, elm, azalea, sycamore, cypress, magnolia, holly, birch, hackberry, boxwood, dogwood, forsythia, lilac, camellia, pines, hydrangea, blue spruce, crabapple, gardenia, laurel, rhododendron, privet and poplar
• Plants on private and public properties, parks, and gardens such as lilies, ivy, dahlia, poinsettias, peony, ferns, fuchsia, begonia, mini roses, bougamvillea, phlox, chrysanthemum, orchids, and cyclamen
• Bedding plants, such as mangold, snapdragon, zinnia, astor calendula, pansy, verbena, sweet alyssum, carnation, nasturtium, lobelia, cosmos, petunia, impatiens
• Grass on private and public properties, parks, and gardens such as St. Augustine, Bermuda, centipede, ryegrass, bentgrass, bluegrass, and fescue
• Bedding plants on private and public properties, parks, and gardens such as such as mangold, snapdragon, zinnia, astor calendula, pansy, verbena, sweet alyssum, carnation, nasturtium, lobelia, cosmos, petunia, impatiens

Our biosurfactant product can be applied using various application mediums including, but not limited to, irrigation systems, fog, sprays, drench, soil drench, hydroponics applications, foliar spray, plant spray, pre-plant spray, mist, seedling drench and spray.



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