Cypher Environmental Hosts Inaugural Golf Tournament in Support of Ducks Unlimited Canada

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Through a partnership with Bel Acres Golf & Country Club, Cypher Environmental is very excited to announce our first annual company golf tournament on August 30th, with all proceeds going to Ducks Unlimited Canada. We have chosen to support this organization because their ethos of environmental conservation parallels our own. Since 1938, Ducks Unlimited Canada has completed more than 10,366 projects and conserved, restored and positively influenced more than 158.8 million acres of habitat. That’s an area nearly the size of Manitoba! Cypher’s newest addition to our ever-expanding product line, Dust Stop® Municipal Blend, has been applied to the Bel Acres … Read More

Corbana Study Finds UltraZyme® Powder a Safe Alternative to Chemical Post Harvest Cleaners

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Mission and Vision of Corbana Corporacion Bananera Nacional:   Our mission is to contribute to national bananas by strengthening the participation of Costa Rican companies in the production and marketing of bananas. Our vision is to be the best research institution of bananas in Latin America. We aim to help maintain and improve the productivity of plantations. To maintain and improve the international image of Costa Rican bananas. Finally, our vision is to be a highly efficient organization with prompt technical assistance, research, credit and market information. CYPHER Costa Rica S.A. have been working with Corbana Corporacion Bananera Nacional to … Read More

UZP Corbana Project: An Environment-Friendly Solution for Optimizing Post-Harvest Crop Yields

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An ever growing human population inherently means an increasing demand for food. The United Nations have estimated that by the year 2050, the world population is expected to increase to 8.9 billion: a 47% growth from the year 2000. Sustaining such growth may result in the need for land clearing expansions; the outcome of which may adversely impact our environment. A more sustainable and environment-friendly solution is to seek options for optimizing crop yields. Agricultural crops and fruits are vulnerable to climate conditions, plant-eating pests, and disease-causing pathogens, pre- and post-harvest. Chemical-based retardants such as pesticides, insecticides and fungicides have … Read More