AgriPhage™ Bactericides

AgriPhage™ is the first agricultural bactericide based on phage technology and is currently registered for use on tomatoes, peppers, apples, pears, citrus, peaches, cherries, almonds, walnuts, and hazelnuts. Our products are a safe, organic, eco-friendly, and effective long-term solution versus chemicals and antibiotics to eliminate harmful bacterial pathogens and increase crop yield.

Contact an AgriPhage™ representative today for assistance and support adding safe, effective AgriPhage Bactericide to your operation’s IPM program!

Product Highlights

  • ZERO bacterial resistance
  • ZERO harm to beneficial organisms
  • ZERO PHI. 4hr REI.
  • ZERO Phytotoxicity
  • Yield increases of up to 33%
  • Suppresses and controls pathogenic bacteria in several specialty crops
  • Integrates into existing IPM programs
  • Can be tank-mixed and rotated with other insecticides and fungicides
  • AgriPhage is the only registered phage bactericide in the US – #1 seller globally

Product Info

The AgriPhage product line are EPA registered biopesticides that prevent and control harmful bacteria on tomatoes, peppers, apples, citrus, peaches, cherries, walnuts, almonds, and hazelnuts. AgriPhage is available for the control of tomato/pepper bacterial spot & speck (XCV/PST), tomato bacterial canker (CMM), apple & pear fire blight (EA), citrus canker (XCC), peach spot (XAP), cherry canker (PSS), almond blast (XAP), and walnut and hazelnut blight (XAJ & XAC). AgriPhage will not build up in your soil, won’t damage equipment, and does not tarnish reflective material.

How to Apply AgriPhage

Using conventional equipment apply AgriPhage as a foliar application. AgriPhage should not be mixed with any copper-based products, but it can be mixed with most fungicides, fertilizers, and insecticides. Contact AgriPhage now for more Information.

Increase Your Crop Yield

"As a result of our joint efforts, we have conclusively demonstrated that AgriPhage effectively controls bacterial spot, and significantly increases yields compared to the standard copper compounds used commercially." - Dr. Jeffrey B. Jones, University of Florida, Plant Pathology Department.