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Pesticide Smoke Bombs: Revolutionizing the Agriculture and Horticulture Industry Print E-mail


Pesticide Smoke Bombs

Hamilton, ON,  Danielle Santoli

Chinese pesticide smoke bombs, a patented technology, are changing the way agricultural professionals and growers treat their crops. These pesticide bombs are designed to reduce pesticide use by half while effectively and efficiently killing 90% of pests, bacteria, and pathogens. When lit, the smoke from the pesticide bomb rises into the air and sinks into the soil, eliminating harmful pests 30cm below the soil and above the crop. While this type of pesticide is ideal for greenhouse pest management, it can also be used to eliminate pests and diseases inside of silos, barns and even your household. This type of pesticide application method will greatly benefit growers and agricultural producers by cutting down on labour costs, chemical costs, and overall reducing pesticide pollution. While this patented technology is currently used to dispense pesticides, it also has the capability to hold other smoke products. For example, this technology can be used to make smoke bombs that incapacitate intruders (ideal for banks). 

While the product may be small, it holds great potential on the agricultural and horticultural markets! Our centre is seeking partnerships with agricultural and horticultural professionals who are interested in manufacturing this product in North America. 

We are looking for qualified individuals who:

-Produce and work with pesticides and understand their regulations

-Have marketing connections in the agricultural and greenhouse industry who can contribute capital

-Are interested in investing in this worthwhile venture

Contact our centre today if you are interested in getting involved with this exciting new product!

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