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Vegalab selling products in California through two major agricultural retailers

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Vegalab Inc. has announced that, in 4Q17, it began selling its products through two of the 25 largest retailers in the US: Buttonwillow Warehouse Co. Inc. (BWC) and Mid Valley Agricultural Services Inc., according to the ‘CropLife Top 100’ rankings.

BWC was founded in 1948, and is a family owned and operated business with 11 retail fertilizer and crop protection locations serving a total of nine Californian counties. In its initial season with Vegalab, BWC introduced Vegalab products in the Delano, McFarland, growing region, with sales mainly focused on Nematode Control, Brix Boost, Color Boost, Spore Control and Spider Mite Control.

Mid Valley Ag, meanwhile, was founded in 1983, and is a full service chemical and fertilizer retailer with seven retail outlets located throughout the Central Valley of California. Mid Valley Ag’s initial sales of Vegalab products in the Autumn 2017 season included Water Solv, Bactor Boost, Nematode Control, Spider Mite Control, Humic 12 and Folifert.

David Selakovic, the CEO of Vegalab, said: “With these well established and storied agricultural dealers on our team for the 2018 growing season, Vegalab is poised to show strong revenue growth in the California market as our marketing partners introduce more of our all-natural, biologically derived pesticides, fertilizers, and specialty agrochemical product lines to more of their existing customer base."

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