Press Release: IPM Products Manufacturing completes United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) – Phase I grant application.

SolaRid™ is the Sustainable Solution To Insect Control That is Changing the World

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From IPM Products Manufacturing, Inc.

For Further Information: Contact Donald Richardson at info@solaridipm.com

 

 

IPM Products Manufacturing completes United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) – Phase I grant application.

Little Rock, AR, October 6, 2016 – IPM Product Manufacturing, Inc. (IPM) today, announced completion of USDA – SBIR grant application, administered by National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) of its proprietary SolaRid™ insect control device.

IPM President and Project Director, Don Richardson stated “we are privileged to have such accomplished Co-Project Directors which include Dr. Corbet Lamkin and Dr. Gus M. Lorenz representing IPM in the research implementation of our product in this grant application”.

The purpose of SBIR programs include stimulating technological innovation by small, private businesses matching legislatively defined Research Initiatives of the USDA and subsequent commercialization in Phase II and III of resulting innovations derived from this USDA-supported research.

The objectives of IPM and benefits of our “green” SolaRid™ product are uncontroversial and both aligned with the Specialty Priority Areas of the USDA and National Institute of Food and Agriculture – FY 2017 research; and importantly, the Presidential Priority Area: Improved chemical application technology – Technologies that increase product efficacy, worker safety, and reduce off-target drift of applied chemicals; so systems and technologies avoid risk of pesticide exposure to bees.

The results of research conducted in United State Department of Agriculture sponsored grants are highly respected globally and is invaluable to our Company; we are honored to be involved with such a valued agency. As such, this is expected to be the first of a series of grant applications by the Company.


Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) recommend using an “Integrated Pest Management” strategy for mosquito and other infectious insect disease control; an ecologically based approach that involves complementary interventions used in combination for eradication. This strategy is the basis of the IPM Products Manufacturing’s – SolaRid™ green industrial insect control device (ICD) multiple integrated benefits- leaving local culture and ecosystem functions undisturbed; and is SOLAR powered eliminating labor expense.

 

 
CONTACT IPM PRODUCT MANUFACTURING FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information on purchasing the SolaRidTM device, the product technology and/or the Company, please contact: Randy Sasaki at rsasaki@ipmproductsmfg.info
IPM Product Manufacturing
PO Box 102973
Denver, CO, 80250
www.solaridipm.com

 
 
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