Dr. Michelle Myers Appointed Provost at Park University

I am excited to have Dr. Myers as our new provost. Her focus on student success and innovation, and her demonstrated commitment to the University will empower her to lead in this critical role.”

— Greg Gunderson, President, Park University

PARKVILLE, MISSOURI, USA, November 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following a nationwide search, Park University has announced that Michelle (Shellie) Myers, Ed.D., has been appointed provost of the University, effective immediately.

Myers, who has served as the University’s interim provost since May 2017, joined Park in July 2010 to serve as dean of the School for Education. At the start of the 2016-17 academic year, Myers became dean of the newly created College of Education and Health Professions, a role she held until becoming interim provost.

“I am excited to have Dr. Myers as our new provost as her focus on student success and innovation, and her demonstrated commitment to the University will empower her to lead from day one in this critical role,” said Greg Gunderson, Park University president.

As provost, Myers serves as the University’s chief academic officer and is responsible for faculty development, student assessment and support, and curriculum and compliance. In addition, Myers will provide creative and strategic leadership with a focus on maintaining academic excellence and fostering academic innovation across Park’s 42 campuses across the country and online, while ensuring that quality academic programs are delivered consistently.

Prior to joining Park, Myers served administrative stints as associate dean, assistant dean and acting assistant dean in the Division of Education at Queens College, the City University of New York, as well as interim associate dean of the College of Education and Human Services at the University of Central Missouri. In addition, she served as an assistant professor, then associate professor at UCM, and as assistant professor at Southeast Missouri State University. During her time at QC-CUNY, Myers served as coordinator of the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Myers earned a Doctor of Education degree in curriculum and pedagogy, and a Master of Education degree in teaching physical education, both from the University of Arkansas. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Kentucky University.

Myers resides in the Northland (Kansas City, Mo.) with her wife Kim and their daughter. She enjoys spending time with her family, gardening and outdoor activities.

— @ParkUniversity —

Founded in 1875 in Parkville, Mo., a suburb of Kansas City, Park University is a nonprofit, private institution that is a national leader in higher education. In 2000, Park achieved university status and now serves 16,500 students annually at 42 campuses in 22 states and online, including Parkville, Independence and Kansas City, Mo.; Lenexa, Kan.; Gilbert, Ariz.; Barstow and Victorville, Calif.; Austin and El Paso, Texas; and 33 military installations across the country. www.park.edu

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Comfort Keepers of Fort Myers Volunteer to Fill and Deliver Food Bags for Elders in Need

In light of the Senior need in the community, Comfort Keepers is ready to give back to those in need.

I was shocked to learn how many elders are unsure they can get the amount and type of food they need to lead healthy lifestyles.”

— Dawn Pudlin, General Manager CK Ft. Myers

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — +

Comfort Keepers Fort Myers has volunteered with the Lee County Friendship Centers to fill and deliver 60 Friendship Food Bags for elders in need. In light of the Senior need in the community, Comfort Keepers is ready to give back to those in need.

Senior hunger is very real. It impacts areas that most wouldn’t even realize.

According to the Lee County Community Health Report, in 2017, over 55,000 of those 65 years and older in Lee County had experienced food insecurity. This means, 55,000 elders were unsure they would have access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food.

Elder nutrition is incredibly important to maintain strength, wellness, and ward off sickness. Malnutrition in seniors is a common problem that could be avoided with a healthy and nutritious diet. For those who have limited access and means to get nutritious food, this could seem nearly impossible.

Dawn Pudlin, Comfort Keepers Fort Myers general manager, is constantly looking for ways to give back to the community through charitable acts. After partnering with Lee County Friendship Centers, Pudlin was alarmed with the high statistics of elders with food insecurity.

“I was shocked to learn how many elders are unsure they can get the amount and type of food they need to lead healthy lifestyles,” Pudlin said. “I wanted Comfort Keepers Fort Myers to help in any way we could to lower this statistic.”

Multiple staff members, including Pudlin, helped bag and deliver 60 Friendship Food Bags to seniors in need. Comfort Keepers Fort Myers also donated $500 to aid towards future food purchases.

Teaming up with local charities and help centers in the Lee County area, and beyond, has allowed Comfort Keepers to continuously accomplish their goal of giving back. Comfort Keepers aims to “elevate the human spirit” by providing top-notch senior health care services.

“We are so happy to help in any way we can alongside the staff of Comfort Keepers,” said Pudlin. “Even a small act of kindness can make such a difference!”

About Comfort Keepers Fort Myers:
Comfort Keepers Fort Myers is a leading provider of senior care services for elderly adults and their families in Fort Myers, FL, and the surrounding areas. We are an in-home care services agency, and our team of caregivers and health aides is dedicated to ensuring that your senior loved one leads the best quality of life from the comforts of his or her own home. We offer in-home care, respite care, dementia and Alzheimer's care, and many more. Call us today at 239-590-8999 for information about the services we provide and with any questions you may have.

This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA.

Related Materials:

Home Care Nutrition Tips: How to Prevent Malnutrition for Seniors
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Home Health Care in Fort Myers, FL
https://fortmyers-131.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=142&date=2018-07-20&title=home-health-care-in-fort-myers-fl

Home Health Aides Recommend Spring Gardening in Fort Myers, FL
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Crossroads Dermatology opened in Longmont, CO on September 5, 2018

Dr. Sarah Bair brings her dermatology practice to Longmont.

Dr. Sarah Bair brings her dermatology practice to Longmont.

A new dermatology clinic opened in Longmont on Sept. 5th, but Dr. Sarah Bair is to many patients the farthest thing from a stranger.

LONGMONT, CO, USA, October 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new dermatology clinic opened in Longmont on Sept. 5th, but Dr. Sarah Bair is to many patients the farthest thing from a stranger. A native Iowan, she moved here in 2010 after she graduated from residency. Initially, she worked at the Longmont Clinic but then took a job in Loveland. Many of her patients from her previous practice there are now seeing her at her Longmont office, and local doctors are already referring patients to her. In addition to Dr. Bair, the Crossroads Dermatology team includes a front desk employee/office manager and two medical assistants. They all come from a dermatology background and have great customer service skills. "I want patients coming into my office to feel like family and my staff and their welcoming attitude really embodies that," says Dr. Bair. "I really love the Longmont community and am excited to be back working here again. Having my own practice is fantastic (along with a ton of work)! It's great knowing that I can make decisions that are in the best interests of my patients without any external influence from administrators."

The doctor's road to dermatology had a few twists and turns. She was an undergraduate finance and pre-med major. Although she'd always wanted to be a doctor, she was interested in other subjects, too. The plan to go straight into medical school after college was upended when, during senior year, her boyfriend was diagnosed with a very serious cancer. "This caused me to question my medical school choice," Dr. Bair explains. "I ended up deferring my admission to medical school and working for a year as a business consultant. I implemented payroll and human resource software. This experience, along with my finance degree, has served me well in starting and managing my business."

During Dr. Bair's time at med school, her interest in dermatology was piqued and she ultimately decided that was the right path for her. She graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska School of Medicine in Omaha, Neb., and holds an undergraduate degree in finance (B.S.B.A.), summa cum laude, from Creighton University. She completed her intern transitional year at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Hospital in Denver and Dermatology residency at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. Dr. Bair is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. No small thing when you consider that achieving that certification requires completion of an approved residency program, passing a board examination, and participating in a maintenance of certification program (which includes continuing medical education and a repeat board exam every 10 years).

Crossroads Dermatology serves its patients with medical, surgical, and cosmetic care, including the treatment of skin, hair, and nails. Dr. Bair prides herself on offering exceptional care with a personal touch. Medical dermatology comprises most of the business, although a few patients use all three services. Many patients come in for routine checks for skin cancer and rashes, occasionally needing a skin cancer or cyst surgically removed. Dr. Bair says there have been big improvements over the years in new drugs for advanced melanoma. "As dermatologists, we typically do not prescribe these but refer out to the oncologists. Being able to give these patients better survival has been amazing. Of course, as a dermatologist, I focus on education on safe sun exposure and early detection. Most of the melanomas I find are early stage and simply need excision and monitoring."

Dermatologists see patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly, and Dr. Bair acknowledges that it's challenging to try to relate to all patients in all life stages. Most of her patients are older adults, 50 and above, with sun damage, who need regular skin cancer screening and skin checks. This is also the age group that is most interested in cosmetic treatments. On the cosmetic side, Dr. Bair enjoys providing Botox and filler treatments.

Dr. Bair is happily settled in Longmont with her husband and two boys, ages 6 and 8. She enjoys hiking, traveling, reading and gardening. "I feel very privileged to do what I do," she says. "I like to form lasting relationships with my patients and want them to feel like a member of the family when they walk into my office."

If you're in need of medical, surgical, or cosmetic dermatological care, make an appointment with Crossroads Dermatology today.

Special Events
Dr. Bair will be attending the Successful Aging Expo in Longmont on Oct. 9, offering free skin cancer screenings as well as giveaways for product and services. And the public is welcome to come by Crossroads Dermatology's open house from 1 – 6 p.m. on Nov. 7! Enjoy a tour and a free complimentary cosmetic consultation. Dr. Bair will be featuring some cosmetic specials that evening.

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Next Horizon Selected as one of GrowFL's 2018 'Florida Companies to Watch'

Next Horizon was selected from more than 500 nominees due to their top management team, competitive market position and strong community involvement.

SANFORD, FL, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Next Horizon is pleased to join 50 Florida companies expected to see significant growth over the next several years as determined by GrowFL. Next Horizon was selected from more than 500 nominees for Florida Companies to WatchSM, a statewide program managed by economic development group GrowFL, in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation.

Next Horizon’s management team, competitive market position and strong community involvement were among several factors that put them in contention for the award.

“These stand-out companies are all led by entrepreneurs, and have demonstrated their capacity and intent to grow,” said Dr. Tom O’Neal, GrowFL executive director. “They also all have critical intellectual property or a niche position that gives them a competitive edge in their markets,” he said.

“Next Horizon is honored that GrowFL has named us among the 2018 Florida Companies to Watch,” said Next Horizon President and CIO Harry Ellis, III. “We are experiencing tremendous growth and are on track to have our best year ever. This is one of Florida’s most prestigious business awards therefore we are extremely proud to be recognized as a winner.”

“This is a strong group of companies that deserve this special recognition given annually to the state's top second stage companies,” said Dr. Chris Morton, GrowFL Chairman of the GrowFL Advisory Board, CEO of NanoPhotonica and a 2015 Florida Companies to Watch honoree. Second-stage companies are defined as those with 6 to 150 full-time employees and between $750,000 and $100 million in annual revenue. There are many programs and incubators promoting start-up businesses; GrowFL is the only Florida program that focuses exclusively on second-stage companies.

The 50 companies named the 2018 Florida Companies to Watch generated nearly $1 billion in revenue and added nearly 1,000 jobs between 2014 and 2017.
Together, the companies project a 50 percent increase in revenue and 40 percent increase in job growth in 2018 compared to 2017.
Companies named to the list will be officially recognized February 9, 2019 at the Straz Performing Arts Center in Tampa, FL. Tickets are on sale now for the awards ceremony.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.growfl.com/flctw18/about-flctw/.

About Next Horizon
Next Horizon has been serving Central Florida businesses for more than 25 years, making sense of IT managed services, digital marketing, and custom application development. Next Horizon has a track record of reducing costs, increasing productivity and decreasing downtime for our clients. Next Horizon brings award-winning expertise and a people-centered approach to deliver exceptional quality consistently. Next Horizon is led by President, Harry Ellis III, recognized in 2017 as one of Orlando Business Journal’s CEOs of the Year. For more information visit: www.nexhorizon.net or call 407-328-9228.

About GrowFL:
GrowFL provides strategies, resources and support, including strategic research and peer-to-peer CEO mentoring and leadership development, to second-stage Florida companies. Created by the Florida legislature in 2009 and grounded in the philosophy of Economic Gardening® — growing existing businesses in a community, region or state — GrowFL is a critical component of the state’s economic development strategy and Florida’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. GrowFL is certified by the National Center for Economic Gardening through the Edward Lowe Foundation. Website: growfl.com.

About the Edward Lowe Foundation:
Established in 1985, the Edward Lowe Foundation is a national, nonprofit organization that supports entrepreneurship through research, recognition and educational programs, which are delivered through entrepreneur support organizations (ESOs). The foundation focuses on second-stage companies — those that have moved beyond the startup phase and seek significant, steady growth. In addition, the foundation has a second mission of land stewardship and is committed to preserving the natural resources and historically significant structures at Big Rock Valley, its 2,000-acre home in southwest Michigan.

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The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Goes Organic with Home Gardening Workshop with Local Garden Clubs

The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center is hosting Ms. Jai McFall for a gardening workshop for local garden clubs. Pictured here are youth learning about gardening at one of Ms. McFall’s workshops.

Care of the planet begins in one’s own front yard. It extends through the area one travels to get to school or work”

— L. Ron Hubbard

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, September 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Clearwater, FL – On September 23 the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center is hosting a free organic gardening workshop to local nonprofit garden clubs featuring Ms. Jai McFall. Guests will learn how to grow organic foods, with little to no chemicals, to live healthier lives. Ms. McFall has been in the organic gardening industry for over 50 years and uses her knowledge of the subject to deliver educational workshops to schools, non-profits, and garden clubs to improve overall food quality in her community.

This is the fourth workshop that Ms. McFall has delivered in the Clearwater Community Volunteer Center. It features information on the “dirty dozen” of produce that are most likely to carry high level of pesticides and toxins, as well as a hands-on portion that allows guests to pot their own plant.

Jai has over 20 different workshops and educational seminars that give information on health and food related topics such as how to restore proper vitamin and mineral content to your garden soil, or composting all natural fertilizer to grow healthy plants without the need for chemically imbued fertilizer.

“Ms. McFall gives her experience and knowledge on a volunteer basis for the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center so that local garden clubs have the knowledge they need to live healthier lives and reduce chemicals being introduced into our environment,” said Mr. Michael Soltero, Manager of the Center. “By giving education on this subject Ms. McFall is exemplifying what Humanitarian and Scientology Founder, L. Ron Hubbard, wrote, ‘Care of the planet begins in one’s own front yard. It extends through the area one travels to get to school or work.’”

To attend the workshop or for more information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center please call Michael Soltero at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) have over 25 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. CCV stays true to their reputation of helping others with their new center, located on the corner of Fort Harrison Ave. and Drew St. in downtown Clearwater, which facilitates the growth of non-profits by serving as a free event venue & meeting space. CCV and the CCV Center are sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization.

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Plant Vegetable Seeds Now for a Delicious Fall Harvest

Lettuce Micro Mini Greens

The fastest way to get a harvest of salad greens is to grow Micro Mini Greens. This premium mix of red and green lettuce varieties is ready to harvest just 15 days after sowing.

Broccoli Aspabroc

Aspabroc is a cross of two types of broccoli: Italian Sprouting and Chinese Kale (also known as Gai Lan), a leafy, thick-stemmed type with delicious flavor.

Cauliflower Flame Star

The striking pastel-orange heads of Flame Star Hybrid Cauliflower are packed with great flavor and lots of beta-carotene.

Most gardeners are focused on growing food in spring and summer. But autumn can easily be the most productive time in the garden.

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, UNITED STATES, September 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fall is here, but that doesn't mean gardening season is over. "Fall vegetable gardens can be incredibly productive," said Randall Schultz, Content Editor for www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com. "Now is the perfect time to plant cool-season crops such as carrots, salad greens and cauliflower. Some crops even taste sweeter after a light autumn frost."

Here are the seeds to plant now for fall vegetable gardens.

Turnips
Turnips are one of the fastest sow-to-harvest veggies. Compact and very cold tolerant, turnips are perfect for filling in empty garden spaces in the fall. White Lady Hybrid Turnip from www.ParkSeed.com is a fast-maturing extra-fancy turnip that produces tender edible greens and tasty white globes. The flesh is crisp and sweet, and the turnips can be harvested when they reach 2.5 inches in diameter for optimum freshness.

Lettuce
Lettuce is a favorite edible to grow in backyard gardens, but sometimes it can get bitter and bolt in the heat of summer. Unfortunately, that means pulling it out of the ground much earlier than most gardeners would like. But a fall crop of lettuce will last a typical family for months— especially with a little extra frost protection.

A dependable lettuce seed blend can be planted in late summer or early fall for a long-lasting autumn harvest. Mini Romaine Blend Lettuce offers a selection of baby Romaine lettuces that mature quickly with all the flavor of full-sized varieties. This lettuce seed blend consists of two of the most popular mini varieties—Truchas and Breen. Truchas is an upright grower that’s fully mature when its crimson leaves reach 6-8 inches tall. It’s also incredibly disease resistant. Breen is a bit slower growing, with medium reddish leaves that’s great for leaf-by-leaf harvesting. These beautiful little plants can be harvested about a month and a half from sowing seeds directly into the garden.

The fastest way to get a harvest of salad greens is to grow Micro Mini Greens. This premium mix of red and green lettuce seed varieties are ready to harvest is just 15 days. They are complete plants in miniature form, and you can eat the entire plant. The combination of smooth leaves and curly leaves is a delight in salads. For an extended harvest, sow lettuce seed every 2 weeks for a continuing harvest. (You can even grow Micro Mini Greens indoors in a container.) Both of these lettuce seed blends are available from Park Seed.

Spinach
Spinach is a true cool season crop, so spring-planted spinach has an annoying tendency to bolt (a.k.a. flower) as soon as the weather warms up. But sowing spinach for a fall harvest can be much more productive. Like lettuce, spinach is grown for its leaves, so you don’t have to wait for flowering and fruiting. Plus, the leaves can be harvested leaf by leaf so the plants keep producing them.

Some spinach varieties have been delighting gardeners for decades. Bloomsdale Organic Hybrid Spinach is a favorite heirloom variety for its rich flavor and pleasing texture. This wonderful plant reaches 10-12 inches tall and just 8 inches wide, so it fits almost anywhere in a garden. Bloomsdale loves to grow in full sun in the fall. Another great spinach choice is Baby Leaf Riverside. This is such a quick-growing plant that you can harvest the baby leaves in just 27 days! The smooth, dark green, spade-shaped leaves are delicious in salads and stir-fry dishes. Both of these seed varieties are available directly from www.ParkSeed.com.

Carrots
An increasing number of gardeners love growing and harvesting carrots in the fall. Now is the perfect time to sow them, because the warm soil lets them germinate and grow much faster than in spring. And as the temperatures start to cool down, their tasty roots get sweeter and sweeter. Try letting them experience a light overnight freeze for an extra-sweet harvest the next morning.

Mini Adelaide Hybrid Carrots are ideal for small gardens and containers. This Nantes-type carrot is mature at only 4 inches long, so it’s a perfect choice for fall gardens. These dark-orange, blunt-tipped carrots are packed with flavor, and they are ready to pick in only 50 days from planting. Buy seed packets online at www.ParkSeed.com.

Broccoli
Broccoli is one the few flowering plants that performs well in autumn. Even in USDA Zone 6, broccoli can continue to produce into early December.

One of the most popular varieties of broccoli is called Green Magic Hybrid, which is known for its productive nature and its smooth, buttery flavor. Green Magic sets smooth, nicely domed heads with mid-size beads that are very tightly packed. If you want to try something a little different, Aspabroc is a fun variety. Aspabroc is a cross of two types of broccoli: Italian Sprouting and Chinese Kale (also known as Gai Lan), a leafy, thick-stemmed type with delicious flavor. Aspabroc takes its name from the asparagus-like look and texture of its slender stems, but this is 100% broccoli, with a peppery-sweet flavor you will love. The key to harvesting Aspabroc is to cut the plant’s central crown as soon as it's formed. Doing this will lead to great side-shoot production, which will produce tasty crowns and stems for many weeks. Seeds for Green Magic Hybrid Broccoli and Aspabroc Hybrid Broccoli are available from Park Seed.

Another plant that grows well in the cooler temperatures of autumn is cauliflower. For a completely different look, try growing orange cauliflower. The striking pastel-orange heads of Flame Star Hybrid Cauliflower are packed with great flavor and lots of beta-carotene. Plus, they simply look cool. This veggie is great for eating fresh as well as cooked. Get seeds from www.ParkSeed.com

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Grandevo CG and Regalia CG Approved by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation

Regalia & Grandevo CG: Effective Tools for Controlling Economically Damaging Mites, Insect Pests and Plant Diseases and Boosting Yields and Quality for Cannabis

Marrone Bio Innovations (NASDAQ:MBII)

DAVIS, CA, USA, July 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (NASDAQ: MBII) (MBI), a leading provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products for the agriculture, turf and ornamental and water treatment markets, today announced that GRANDEVO CG and REGALIA CG have received label approval from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, clearing the products for use on California Cannabis crops.

Both Grandevo CG and Regalia CG have active ingredients that have been designated as “exempt from the requirement of food tolerances” by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and have broadly defined crop use patterns listed on the DPR approved label that are interpreted as applicable for use on Cannabis.

GRANDEVO CG and REGALIA CG, effective, broad spectrum tools for pest control and improving crop quality and yields, are certified under the National Organic Program and listed by the Organic Materials Research Institute for use in organic gardening and farming. Both products have minimal re-entry intervals and pre-harvest intervals, meaning workers and home gardeners can quickly get back into their gardens or fields after applying the product and can safely apply it to their plants right up to the day of harvest.

The active ingredient in GRANDEVO CG is a new species of bacteria, Chromobacterium subtsugae, with both insecticidal and miticidal properties. The end product formulation of GRANDEVO CG contains no living Chromobacterium subtsugae cells and is also quality checked to ensure the product is free of harmful microbial contamination. Upon exposure to plant eating insects and mites, GRANDEVO CG stops pests from feeding in less than one minute and reduces adult insect and mite reproduction. Cannabis growers are readily adopting GRANDEVO CG to control bud mites and aphids, while home gardeners and small farmers use GRANDEVO CG to improve insect and mite control, such as plant-eating aphids, mites, beetles and caterpillars, in their gardens.

REGALIA CG is formulated with knotweed extract, which stimulates a plant’s own immune system, known as “induced systemic response” activity, to fight diseases while at the same time improving a plant’s growth, flower and fruit quantity, fruit and flower quality and overall crop yields, including Cannabis. In addition to its plant health, quality and yield enhancements, REGALIA CG controls powdery mildew, Botrytis, gray mold and leaf spot in treated plants.

GRANDEVO CG and REGALIA CG are available on Amazon, the MBI website and marronebio.com/cg and from selected distributors in one-quart and one-gallon containers.

“We are pleased to report that GRANDEVO CG and REGALIA CG meet the state’s criteria for use on Cannabis, as established by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, and hope to receive California label approval for VENERATE CG in the near future,” said Lisa Malabad, Cannabis Segment Lead at Marrone Bio Innovations. “We look forward to helping growers and distributors integrate our innovative, effective and safe products into their indoor and outdoor growing operations across the state.”

About Marrone Bio Innovations
Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (NASDAQ: MBII) strives to lead the movement to more sustainable world through the discovery, development and sale of innovative biological products for crop protection, plant health and waterway systems treatment. MBI has screened over 18,000 microorganisms and 350 plant extracts, leveraging its in-depth knowledge of plant and soil microbiomes enhanced by advanced molecular technologies to rapidly develop seven effective and environmentally responsible pest management products to help customers operate more sustainably while uniquely improving plant health and increasing crop yields. Supported by a robust portfolio of over 400 issued and pending patents around its superior natural product chemistry, MBI’s currently available commercial products are Regalia®, Grandevo®, Venerate®, Majestene®, Haven® Stargus®, Amplitude™, Zelto® and Zequanox®.

Marrone Bio Innovations is dedicated to pioneering smart biopesticide solutions that support a better tomorrow for farmers, turf managers and consumers around the globe. For more information, please visit www.marronebio.com.

Marrone Bio Innovations Forward Looking Statements
This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve substantial risks and uncertainties. All statements, other than statements of historical facts, included in this press release regarding strategy, future operations and plans, including assumptions underlying such statements, are forward-looking statements, and should not be relied upon as representing MBI’s views as of any subsequent date. Examples of such statements include statements regarding the potential of Grandevo CG and Regalia CG and other MBI products, market projections, including the potential benefits of Grandevo CG and Regalia CG. Such forward-looking statements are based on information available to the Company as of the date of this release and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, some beyond the Company's control that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated by these forward-looking statements, including consumer, regulatory and other factors affecting demand for the MBI’s products, any difficulty in marketing MBI’s products in its target markets, competition in the market for pest management products, lack of understanding of bio-based pest management products by customers and growers. Additional information that could lead to material changes in MBI’s performance is contained in its filings with the SEC. MBI is under no obligation to, and expressly disclaims any responsibility to, update or alter forward-looking statements contained in this release, whether as a result of current information, future events or otherwise.

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Brush Cutter Market – What's New Trending For 2018 – 2020?

Brush Cutter Market 2018 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2020

PUNE, INDIA, June 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Global Brush Cutter/String Trimmer Market statistical report published by Market Research Future contains succinct information regarding global string trimmer/brush cutter market size (units and value), by fuel type. Based on fuel type the market has been segmented into gasoline and electric types. The electric type brush cutter/string trimmer market has been further sub-segmented into battery operated and corded types. Increasing popularity of gardening as hobby as well as rising focus on providing aesthetic appeal to outdoor spaces are the major factors driving the growth of this market. However, the increase in apartment culture and high maintenance cost of lawns and gardens are certain restraints that may hamper the growth of the market. The report provides information regarding Global Brush Cutter/String Trimmer Market from 2015 to forecast till 2020.

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1.1 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market Size, By Fuel Type, 2015 (USD Billion)
1.2 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market Share, By Fuel Type, 2016 (%)

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Table 1 Global String trimmer/brush cutter Market, by Fuel type, 2015-2020 (USD Billion)
Table 2 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market, By Fuel Type, 2015-2020 (Million Units)
Table 3 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market, By Type, 2015-2020 (USD Billion)
Table 4 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market, By Type, 2015-2020 (Million Units)

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Figure 1 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market, By Fuel Type, 2016 & 2020 (USD Billion)
Figure 2 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market, By Fuel Type, 2016 & 2020 (Million Units)
Figure 3 Global String Trimmer/Brush Cutter Market Share, By Type, 2015

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Bath Salts Market 2018 – Opportunity, Driving Trends and deep study.

Bath Salts Market 2018–By Identifying the Key Market Segments and Key players holding market share

PUNE, INDIA, June 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Global Bath Salts Market statistical report published by Market Research future contains a brief overview of Global Bath Salts market size by type, form and application. The market has been segmented based on type as Dead sea salt, Epsom salt, Himalayan bath salt, Bolivian salt, and others. Based on form, the market is categorized as granular, powder, and coarse. Based on application, the bath salts market is segmented under beauty care, health and wellness, aromatherapy, therapeutic, home care and others. The report analysis the global bath salts market and presents efficient data of production for 2013 to 2016, along with forecast till 2022.

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Globally, there has been increase in demand for bath salt due to its versatility in applications. High concentrations of salts in water are used in many isolation tank therapies which relaxes the muscles. Researchers have studied the use of bath salt in treatment of arthritis. Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate is a key nutrient for plants and vegetables; it is extensively used in gardening sector as a supplement to the fertilizers. The bath salt market is driven by factors such as beauty treatment, mainly from the body spas owing to the changing working pattern such as long working hours making one feels tired, high concentrations of salts in water are used in many isolation tank therapies which relaxes the muscles

The global bath salts market is estimated to be around 1,712 kilo tons in 2016 and is projected to grow at CAGR over 4.7% post the year 2022.

The report provides a market snapshot on bath salts and its global production and consumption concentration. Additionally, the report provides the market size projections for the coming years.

Research Methodology: In the phase one initial secondary data analysis is done and checked with existing MRFR expertise. The secondary data obtained was later validated by primary research with discussions with KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders) in the bath salts market. The overall primary and secondary data was triangulated to reach the final findings.

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Tarps Now Announces New Line of Heavy Duty Debris Lifting Tarps for Landscaping

Tarps Now® Increases Focus on Debris Lifting Products for Spring Landscaping

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, April 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Spring landscaping creates a large amount of green waste such as branches, leaves and grasses that usually form huge piles for disposal or recycling. To meet this need, Tarps Now® is pleased to announce new lines of Stock and Custom Heavy Duty Debris Lifting Tarps which are designed specifically to withstand the weight and sharp edges of green waste so that you can drag the pile away with ease on a reusable basis.

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