|By Marketwired .||
|June 2, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- Vegalab, a leading manufacturer and formulator of sustainable, environmentally responsible agricultural products, announced the cooperation with three new distributing companies: Hoodridge, Application Dynamics, and Trigon Turf Sciences. All three distributors are based in Florida and will help Vegalab to further expand its business on the commercial farming market of the Sunshine State, with a focus on ornamental farming and food crops, mosquito control, turf maintenance and landscaping.
When selecting new distribution partners for Florida, Vegalab made sure to select businesses that stand for the same values -- environmental safety and sustainability. Hoodridge is a family-owned horticulture company that can look back at more than 25 years of experience in the nursery, agriculture, and landscape industries, offering organic products that enable growers to foster good practices in soil management. Application Dynamics is another family-owned business that has been a pioneer in the field of aerial mosquito control for 46 years, continuously following the goal of finding the best in agricultural products and bio-pesticide control. While the renowned company in the Turf grass industry, Trigon Turf Sciences, will bring its expertise in the area of fine turf grasses to the table, an aspect that is particularly interesting in Florida, since the state is known for its lavish golf courses. David Dragan Selakovic, President of Vegalab, is very happy about the new addition to the distributor team, which will support Vegalab's goals and values and at the same time help the company to tailor the product portfolio to state-specific needs.
Vegalab is a global leader known for its agricultural products that are rooted in sustainability with offices all over the world. The European headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland, where David Selakovic and his team work hard to realize their vision of optimizing the world's resources in order to ensure a more efficient and ecologically sound planet for future generations. Vegalab follows a unique approach by bridging the gap between traditional chemical and demanding natural solutions, using all natural products that are the result of years of research and technology. With his pioneer spirit, Selakovic does not grow tired to continuously push for new approaches and innovations in order to reduce the chemical footprint on the land and decrease residues in crops, enabling farmers, gardeners and landscapers all over the world to contribute to a sustainable future.
David Selakovic is a Corporate Adviser and Inspiring Entrepreneur who has a record of successfully managing highly productive teams and leading them on the path to exceptional and sustainable results. Thanks to his outstanding performance in the creation and management of companies, Selakovic is a sought-after business adviser with a natural talent for developing innovative strategic and tactile business initiatives for small to large corporations. Originally from Slovenia, Selakovic has gained extensive experience in countries all over the world, including Singapore, USA, and Switzerland. He is as passionate about his work as a business leader, as he is about his work as a philanthropist. While Selakovic continuously strives to stay abreast of key business trends, he is at the same time constantly looking for ways to make ongoing vital contributions to charities and local communities.
David Selakovic Personal Blog: http://www.davidselakovic.com
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