|By Marketwired .||
|September 4, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- David Selakovic and Vegalab recently attended the San Antonio Nursery/Landscape Expo where he promoted and discussed Vegalab's intelligent approach to all-natural, non-toxic fertilizers, fungicides and herbicides. The San Antonio Expo is one of the world's largest gardening events, with over 1,100 exhibitor booths promoting new products, sharing educational information and networking. Vegalab showcased its line of commercial applications and its home gardening products like the Supreme Growers Home Gardening Kit, which makes it easy for homeowners to produce bountiful, healthy crops without the use of chemical applications. The company's Control and Bio lines of natural / bio insecticides and fungicides work in conjunction with the organic fertilizers to eliminate harmful and destructive pests while also introducing important microbial organisms into the local agricultural system and promoting a cycle of symbiotic relationships.
"We are proud to see our brand grow on both the local and the international scale," said Vegalab President David Selakovic. "We have continued to expand our distribution, adding new partners and reaching new markets, most recently moving into the Dominican Republic. Considering the positive response we saw in San Antonio, we are very optimistic about the future of Vegalab."
Vegalab is a key innovator in developing all-natural sustainable products for both the home and commercial gardener. On the commercial scale, the company manufactures organic fertilizers and pesticides used by nurseries, turf and landscape companies. For the smaller-scale home gardener, Vegalab makes the Supreme Growers Home Gardening Kit, an excellent way to take advantage of non-toxic fertilizer, as they are packaged as individual pods for ease of use. Highly concentrated, pre-measured fertilizer can be dissolved into water and applied to plants as necessary. Two options are available to provide optimal nutrition depending on the crop: the All-Purpose Kit for Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers as well as the Herb & Leafy Greens Kit.
Vegalab, LLC. is a leader in sustainability and organic agricultural products, based in Geneva, Switzerland with a North American office in Palm Beach, FL. David Selakovic and his team of scientists and botanical experts have worked for years to research and develop innovative, effective non-toxic fertilizer, fungicide and insecticide options. They have perfected the use of advanced biological control agents -- live entomopathogenic nematodes that control both water-borne pests like mosquitoes as well as on-plant pests like cabbage moths, cutworms, fungus gnats and stemborers and a dozen other common garden pests. The mission of Vegalab is to increase productivity while decreasing chemical residue and waste products that can remain in the land for generations.
David Selakovic Blog: http://www.davidselakovic.com
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