EcoPhage announces today that it will join The Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting (ABIM) 2023 to be held on October 21-23, 2023, in Basel, Switzerland.
Widely recognized as the premier meeting place for the biocontrol industry, ABIM gathered thousands of delegates, exhibitors from 58 countries to present research findings, discuss business opportunities and learn about the latest regulatory developments in the biological space.
EcoPhage develops and commercializes bacteriophages-based bactericides to control bacterial diseases in agriculture across crops and regions, and will share part of its experience on developing bacteriophage-based technology.
“ABIM is an iconic place for all biological stakeholder”, said Guy Elitzur, EcoPhage’s CEO, “this is the place where early stage innovation and ideation are being presented first and foremost, where stakeholders are sharing information and results to become the next generation of solution in the biological space and there is where we will present some of our progress and outputs”.
Ecophage pioneers the development and commercialization of bacteriophages-based bactericides with minimal environmental impact and maximum efficacy, addressing a crucial issue in global agriculture. Annually, an estimated 10% of the world’s food production is lost due to plant diseases, with bacterial infections being a significant contributor. Our innovative products harness the power of bacteriophages—viruses uniquely targeting bacteria—to prevent and cure plants, offering nontoxic solutions for bacterial diseases.
Our vision is clear – transformation of the global bactericides market in agriculture into more sustainable and safer to human, living and the environment.
We are doing that by setting up the mission of revolutionizing agriculture by increasing plant yield, reducing disease-related losses, and promoting sustainability. The foundation of our success lies in a proprietary technological platform co-developed with the prestigious Weizmann Institute of Science. Unlike conventional pesticides that often cause environmental harm and exhibit low efficacy, our bactericides represent a natural solution with minimal negative impact, high specificity, and superior effectiveness.
At Ecophage, we are not just combating plant diseases; we are transforming the future of agriculture, one innovative solution at a time.
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