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The core endeavour of Global is to provide the farming community best possible organic agro inputs that are truly eco-friendly and result oriented. We believe that the nature has the remedy to every problem it faces.
We manufacture highly result oriented advanced formulations, employing a blend of Indian traditional knowledge and foolproof modern manufacturing methods. We have proved that organically derived formulations can very well protect the plants from diseases and pests, without the use of harmful synthetic substances.
We constantly work on exploring new areas for developing innovative organic formulations for crop health.
Caring for the environment Global offers a spectrum of eco-friendly products for earth care, plant care.
Rationale of Our Product
- Our products are not 'insecticides' by definition, but are used to control insects and diseases.
- Derived from natural resources, our products pose no threat to environment and ecological balance.
- We extract the desired constituents from select plants with proven "pesticide properties"
- Formulations are based on the properties of Alkaloids in select plant extracts which are mildly toxic and with proven efficiency of controlling certain insects and diseases with the help of appropriate supportive and functional media.
- Synergistic effect when used with other protocols does the work of insecticides to a large extent.
- Field conditions like atmospheric temperature, wind, rain, heavy infestation etc. determine the efficacy of treatment.
Global Mission is to provide poison free food to the society. For that we need to make continuous and tedious research and development to cater the organic solutions for each and every pest problems farmers facing. Rare organic, grow organic, live organic, be organic, stay organic
Why Bio/Organic pesticides
Biopesticides provide a wide range of benefits to growers, packer/shippers, food processors, and food retailers, as well as consumers. In addition to food uses, biopesticides may also contribute protection of turf, ornamentals, and forests. They are also useful in the realm of public health where they can be used for disease and nuisance management, i.e, mosquito and tick control. While human health benefits tend to be indirect, the benefits of using biopesticides in agricultural application tend to be more direct. Topping the list are benefits to crop quality and yield, which help growers deliver healthy and affordable fruits and vegetables to consumers around the world. Through their highly targeted modes of action, biopesticidesalso allow growers to maintain beneficial insect (natural predator) populations in their fields, reducing the grower dependence on conventional chemical pesticides.
With precise application timing, some biopesticidescan give growers flexibility. This is because most biopesticideshave short restricted entry and pre-harvest intervals, and some others can event be used to manage the ripening process. Biopesticides are also known as integral components of Integrated Pest Management programs, which combine cultural and chemical practices, such as Resistance Management, to maximize preoduction efficiency and promote environmental safety.
Crop Quality and Yield
Agriculture and horticulture growers face significant challenges to maximize the returns on their investments. While part of this equation involves the efficient possible use of inputs, a grower's income is ultimately dependent upon crop quality and yield.
Bio pesticides are often included as "standard" inputs in production programs as a means to significantly improve quality and yield of crops under challenging conditions. Such products, which include a variety of both microbial and biochemical biopesticides, may be used to protect the crop from pathogens, insect pests, and/or weeds that can divert or restrict the crop's access to valuable resources such as water, sunlight, or nutrients. Thus, biopesticideshelp to promote crop health thereby increasing its salability. In organic production systems, biopesticides represent some of the most significant crop protection tools that a grower has to produce a quality crop.
Plant growth regulators (PGRs) enable growers to improve crop quality and yield in a different way. Rather than mitigating pest damage to the crop, PGRs evoke physiological benefits such as increased fruit size or enhanced color. As color and fruit size are often key determinates in the price a grower receives for a crop, application of bio pesticides have the ability to increase overall yield resulting in higher net farm income
Biopesticides deliver significant value to each link in the production chain, but that value begins with benefits derived by the grower. One key element of that value proposition is that biopesticides target specific pests without disruptingthe beneficial components of an agro-ecosystem. For instance, most bioinsecticides do not harm beneficial insect populations and bioherbicides tend to be specific for a single weed species. Still, some biopesticides, particularly those used for disease management, tend to be more broad spectrum, making them useful for managing the multiple pathogens that challenge the growth of most crops.
While many insect species have a negative impact on crop production, beneficial insects have the opposite effect. These benefits may derive from the insect's role as a pollinator or through its place as a natural predator to the insects that cause damage. Several species of beetles, flies, and wasps fall into this category. By helping to maintain populations of natural enemies to damaging insects, biopesticides play an important role in integrated pest management programs. Keeping beneficial insects healthy helps reduce pest problems to acceptable levels and helps growers manage the judicious use of pest control products.
Laborand Harvest Flexibility
Agricultural managers list labor availability and the coordinated timing of harvest as critical operational variables related to profitability. Many times these factors collide due to uncooperative seasonal weather. Biopesticides provide important management tools that provide increased control and flexibility at harvest.Qualities shared by most biopesticides provide growers with more options to maximize their labor force and optimize harvest times. For starters, most biopesticides have short worker Restricted Entry Intervals (REIs), allowing workers to safely return to the fields with minimum delay after treatment. This provides for more timely diagnosis and response to other crop conditions and subsequent crop input applications. Biopesticide swith short Pre-Harvest Intervals (PHIs), allowing harvest and shipping schedules to be better maintained after required pesticide applications. Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs), can provide harvest flexibility in a different way. Some PGRs inhibit the biosynthesis of ethylene in plants. As a natural plant hormone involved in fruit maturation, ripening and abscission, ethylene is a key contributor in a crop's "readiness" for harvest. So, ethylene inhibitors can help growers with harvest scheduling as well as the maintenance of fruit quality during storage.
Pest resistance to conventional chemical pesticides is a significant grower and industry concern. Scientific research has repeatedly demonstrated that continuous use of the same class of pesticides (especially those reliant on a single mode of action) will result in the emergence of a pest population resistant to those products.
Populations of insect pests, plant pathogens and weeds all have the ability to develop resistance quickly, even to different types of functionally similar chemistries. This phenomenon is called cross-resistance and is caused by multi-chemistry detoxification mechanisms present in many pest populations. As new classes of low-impact chemistries continue to be introduced to commercial growers and educators, the challenge of resistance management must be met proactively through thoughtful use of diverse product choices for season-long pest control programs. Biopesticideshave long been used in combination with synthetic chemistries to provide the basis for excellent control programs that effectively manage resistance. Biopesticidestypically have modes of action that are unique from synthetic pesticides and do not rely on a single target site for efficacy. The naturally occurring soil bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis(Bt), for example, has multiple active components including a range of different toxins and germinating spores. Properly used, biopesticideshave the potential to extend the effective field life of all products by curtailing the development of resistant pest populations.
Growers cannot overstate the importance being good stewards of the land. More and more, environmental stewardship and Best Management Practices are at the forefront of commercial farming operations. Indeed, the art of being a top grower depends on maximizing return on investment while at the same time being a responsible steward of the land, land those future generations will depend on for their livelihood. Bio pesticides provide growers with valuable tools on both fronts by delivering solutions that are highly effective in managing pests, without creating negative impacts on the environment. Overall, bio pesticides have very limited toxicity to birds, fish, bees and other wildlife. They help to maintain beneficial insect populations, break down quickly in the environment, and may serve to reduce conventional pesticide applications through their effective use in resistance management programs.
Today's consumers are increasingly sensitive to chemical use in food production. And many consider produce grown with less chemical inputs as healthier, safer, and friendlier for the environment. Growers, farm advisors and government regulators are addressing these perceptions by working to reduce total chemical residue levels on harvested crops. Listening to the demands of their customers, several large European multinational grocery stores and food processing companies are already requiring lower pesticide residues than the current government-mandated Maximum Residue Limits. Most bio pesticides are exempted from residue limits on fresh and processed foods around the world. Whether used alone or in combination with reduced rates of traditional chemistries, bio pesticide use reduces consumer exposure to regulated chemical residues. For growers, food retailers, and consumers alike, this means that bio pesticides can be used to reduce the number of chemical pesticides used, the number of applications required to manage pests, and/or lower the application rates without sacrificing food safety or quality. These benefits are essential for a progressive crop management program servicing the needs of today's marketplace
Bio Pesticide Solutions
The biopesticide category includes innovative solutions for crop protection. The number of biopesticides is rapidly expanding and various products have been developed to manage a variety of important agricultural pests and diseases. Applications include the use of natural enemies and antagonists of pests and pathogens. And biopesticidesalso include solutions that can be used to enhance desirable attributes of plants through natural physiological processes.
Included in the biopesticidecategory are solutions for:
- Insect Control
- Disease Control
- Weed Control
- Nematode Control
- Plant Physiology and Productivity
We practise certain Standard Operating Procedures in manufacturing. And for assuring the best quality, stringent testing measures are employed to check and if necessary to correct the formulations before it is packed as finished goods. Quality is a culture honestly practised by everyone in the company. We truly and firmly believe that the farming community must get for what it pays.
We offer specialty agro input formulations in ready to pack form enabling our clients to market them under their private labels apart from biodegradable metal working fluids which are marketed under our own brands.