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Nuvilex, Inc. Announces Positive Oraphyte(TM) Microplot Results
Date:9/14/2009

in the number of nematodes that remained in the soil upon the completion of the experiment. In addition, Oraphyte(TM), as determined by measuring the mean cumulative turfgrass clipping weights, does not appear to be phytotoxic to turfgrass. The cumulative grass clipping weights of microplots that received Oraphyte(TM) were not statistically different from the controls that received no pesticide and no nematodes. The final report on the LSU Phase 2 microplot trials will be issued on or before October 31, 2009.

"The transition from laboratory to commercial testing for Oraphyte(TM) is a very important step in the product's evolution to market launch," stated Martin Schmieg, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Nuvilex, Inc. "The demand for an all-natural, eco-friendly nematocide amongst golf course superintendents and farmers continues to increase as the number of EPA-registered synthetic nematocides decreases. We anticipate, with continuing positive test results, that the market acceptance of Oraphyte(TM) as a major product in the new eco-friendly pesticide market will be strong."

About Oraphyte(TM)

Oraphyte(TM) is an all-natural, eco-friendly, biodegradable nematocide for turfgrass and high-value crops. Oraphyte(TM) can be formulated as a liquid or solid and is composed of orange terpene oil, Valencia orange oil, hydrogen peroxide, sorbitan monooleate, and distilled water. All of Oraphyte's ingredients are listed on the Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances (OPPTS) of the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) inert ingredient list.

From 2007 to 2009, Oraphyte has undergone testing at Louisiana State University, Auburn University, the University of Florida, Ohio State University, and the USDA to determine its efficacy and usefulness as a non-toxic, low-cost alternative to many traditional nematocides, including Nemacur, Curfew, Telone II, and Temi
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