|By PR Newswire||
|August 22, 2014 10:22 AM EDT||
TORONTO, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Vive Crop Protection, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received additional investments that will further its progress in advanced formulation technologies. These technologies leverage Vive's patented Allosperse® delivery system, providing enhanced agronomic performance and new application opportunities for farmers.
"We are quite excited about the investor interest and support. It will significantly accelerate our company's growth," said Vive CEO Keith Thomas. "Vive's dedicated employees are rapidly developing a strong pipeline of effective crop protection products for our partners and growers."
About Vive Crop Protection
Vive Crop Protection makes products that better protect crops from pests. The company has won a number of awards and was highly commended for Best Formulation Innovation at the 2012 Agrow Awards. Vive's patented Allosperse delivery system has the ability to coat plants more evenly, which provides better crop protection and can lead to increased yields. Vive is working with partners across the globe that share its vision of bringing safer, more effective crop protection products to growers everywhere. For more information, see www.vivecrop.com.
SOURCE Vive Crop Protection
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