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MissionIRNewsBreaks — MustGrow Biologics Corp. (CSE: MGRO) (OTCQX: MGROF) (FRA: 0C0) Announces Receipt of Regulatory Approval Powdery Mildew Bio-Fungicide in Canada

MustGrow Biologics (CSE: MGRO) (OTCQX: MGROF) (FRA: 0C0), an agriculture biotech company focused on providing natural science-based biological solutions for high-value crops, has received regulatory approval from Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (“PMRA”) for use of a powdery mildew bio-fungicide product; the approval covers use of the powdery mildew bio-fungicide suppression treatment on cannabis and hemp products. MustGrow announced more than a year ago that it had completed a definitive licensing agreement to obtain the exclusive treatment from a leading multinational biological and microbial company. The bio-fungicide product, which is not mustard derived, like MustGrow’s other products, is designed to treat powdery mildew, which is a widespread fungal disease that infects many plants, including cannabis and hemp. The regulatory approval allows MustGrow to sell the product under its trademark CannaPM(TM) as a foliar spray. The active ingredient in the powdery mildew bio-fungicide suppression treatment is Streptomyces, a biological fungicide/bactericide that suppresses a broad range of soil and foliar ornamental diseases. While MustGrow can now sell the product in Canada and has the exclusive option to expand internationally, the company’s main focus remains on its signature mustard-derived biopesticide and bioherbicide technologies to control diseases, pests, and weeds.

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About MustGrow Biologics Corp.

MustGrow is a publicly traded, agriculture biotech company focused on providing natural, science-based biological solutions for high-value crops, including fruits and vegetables. MustGrow has designed and owns a U.S. EPA-approved natural solution that uses the mustard seed’s natural defense mechanism to protect plants from pests and diseases. Over 110 independent tests have been completed, validating MustGrow’s safe and effective signature products. The product, in granule format, is EPA-approved across all key U.S. states and by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (“PMRA”) as a biopesticide for high-value crops, including fruits and vegetables. MustGrow has now concentrated a liquid format, TerraMG, that with regulatory approval could be applied through standard drip or spray equipment, improving functionality and performance features. In addition, this mustard-derived technology could have other applications in several different industries from pre-plant soil treatment to post harvest disease control and food preservation. For more information about the company, please visit

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