16 December 2018
 
   
     
  NEWS  
  September 2018
Karma registered in Ireland for use against apple scab, powdery mildew in strawberries, cucumbers, courgettes, tomato, aubergines and peppers, and against downy mildew in lettuce.  Distribution by Certis UK.
 
     
  June 2017
Emergency approval obtained for Armicarb in Croatia.  Registered uses include Botrytis and powdery mildew on grapevines, apple scab, Monilia on apricots, nectarines and peaches, powdery mildew on strawberries, raspberries, other berries and currants, and powdery mildew on aubergines, courgettes, cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes.  For product availability, please contact BIOinput.
 
     
  January 2014
Cheminova Austria has been granted the approval of Armicarb in Austria for use against grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) and powdery mildew in wine grapes, and against apple scab.  The product will be available for spring 2014.
 
     
  January 2014
Armicarb SP registered in Poland for use on apples against scab and will be introduced through our distribution partner, Agrosimex, during the spring season.
 
     
  January 2014
Karma registered in UK for use against apple scab (Certis UK).

Armicarb zonal approval for use against powdery mildew on protected tomatoes, peppers and aubergines in France.  Further registrations will follow in other countries following the zonal mutual recognition procedure.
 
     
  October 2013
Certis receives approval of Armicarb® in Spain and Portugal for use against powdery mildew on courgettes, cucumbers, gherkins, currants, raspberries, strawberries, and aromatic herbs, and against powdery mildew and Botrytis on wine grapes. The product is now being launched for the autumn season in soft fruit and protected vegetables in Spain.  For details and product recommendations, go to www.certiseurope.es

In the Netherlands, Karma’s label has been extended to include use against powdery mildew on roses, strawberries, other berries, and wine grapes. 
The high level of efficacy and lack of residues will be much appreciated in the market of professional rose cultivation.

To view a promotional video “Spin(t)dokters” presenting Karma’s unique benefits on roses on Certis Netherlands’ website,  follow the link here , click on the film “samenspannen tegen meeldauw” and press play.
 
     
  September 2013
Karma registration obtained by Certis Belgium and Luxembourg for use against apple scab in Luxemburg.
 
     
  July 2013
Armicarb® approval granted to SCAM S.p.A. in Italy.  Registered uses include control of powdery mildew on strawberries, raspberries, currants and gooseberries, courgettes, cucumbers and gherkins, and against Botrytis and powdery mildew in grapevines.
 
     
  June 2013
Armicarb® obtains registration for use against apple scab in Germany.  With high humidity particularly in Eastern and Southern Germany driving up disease levels, the product will be made available to the market immediately through our development and distribution partner, Spiess-Urania Chemicals GmbH.
 
     
  February 2013
Armicarb® approved in Belgium for use against Venturia inaequalis (scab) in apples.
Certis Belgium will introduce the product as ‘Karma’ during the spring season.
 
     
  January 2013
Armicarb® first approval in Italy.
Certis Italy obtained registration of ‘Karma’ for use against Botrytis and powdery mildew on grapevines, and against powdery mildew on strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, currants, courgettes, cucumbers and gherkins.  For further details and product recommendations, go to www.certiseurope.it
 
     
  November 2012
Armicarb® receives first full registration in the European Union for use against apple scab.  The first zonal review completed in the Central Zone by the Dutch authorities under Regulation (EC) No. 1107/2009.  Under the trade mark ‘Karma’, Certis will introduce the product in the Netherlands in apples in spring 2013.  Further approvals in the Central Zone are anticipated during the coming months following the zonal approval procedure.
 
     
  October 2012
Armicarb® approved in Greece for use against powdery mildew in courgettes, cucumbers and strawberries, and against powdery mildew
and Botrytis in grapevines.
 
     
  February 2012
Armicarb® presentation at Eco-Fruit International Conference in Germany
www.ecofruit.net
 
     
  January 2012
Armicarb® receives first full registration in European Union.
Armicarb® was granted registration by the French authorities for use against powdery mildew on several crops, including strawberries, blackcurrants and other soft fruit, cucumbers, courgettes, and against powdery mildew and Botrytis on grapevines. For full details, and product use recommendations, go to www.desangosse.fr

 
     
 
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