The world population is soaring and consumers are increasingly concerned about the environment, their health, food safety, and ongoing access to clean water. Now, more than ever, our world needs effective, sustainable pest management solutions that are safe for people and protect our natural resources. At Marrone Bio Innovations we understand these challenges and are dedicated to delivering high-performing, bio-based solutions that address these daunting global issues. As experts at discovering, developing, and commercializing naturally derived technologies, we have created an industry-leading platform of pest management and plant health products that are used in agricultural, turf and ornamental, and water treatment applications. Our solutions help customers around the globe control pests, improve plant health, and increase crop yields while reducing the environmental pesticide load, decreasing chemical residues on food, and fighting the development of pest resistance.
MBI: Pioneering Better Biopesticides for a Better Tomorrow
Continuous innovation is at our core and has enabled us not only to commercialize multiple product lines, but also to generate a deep pipeline of advanced and early-stage products that include nematicides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and plant health candidates. In addition, we have developed a robust patent portfolio and have amassed a library of more than 18,000 microorganisms and hundreds of plant extracts that have been screened for pipeline candidates.
We are proud to be industry pioneers and are committed to promoting a better tomorrow with bio-based pest management and plant health solutions that are effective, efficient, and environmentally responsible.
Improving crop productivity and sustainability.
Our products are approved for virtually every cultivated crop, from fruits and vegetables to cereal grains and nuts, from turfgrass and flowers to alfalfa and cotton. When incorporated into an IPM program, biopesticides can be an effective solution to pest control problems in conventional, transitional or certified organic production systems.