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Marrone Bio Innovations’ Zequanox® Demonstrates Control of Zebra Mussels in Illinois Lake
Date:12/12/2012

rk State Museum at Lake Carlos, Minnesota and Lake Shawano, Wisconsin. Further testing will be conducted in early 2013. EPA approval for using Zequanox in natural water systems is currently in process.

About Marrone Bio Innovations
Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (MBI) is a leading global provider of natural products for pest management (biopesticides) and plant health. Used in agriculture and water applications, MBI's environmentally responsible products control weeds, plant diseases and pests while managing pest resistance and promoting the health of natural ecosystems. Through its proprietary discovery and development platform and strategically in-licensed technologies, MBI has developed a pipeline of advanced and early-stage products for the significant agricultural and water treatment markets. MBI is addressing the water market with Zequanox®, a groundbreaking solution for controlling invasive aquatic mussels in fresh waterways and is developing solutions for the control of algae and aquatic weeds. MBI’s award-winning products for the agricultural market include the biofungicide Regalia® and the broad-spectrum bioinsecticide Grandevo®. MBI has three-dozen patents pending in the United States and globally.

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