ADAMA selects Cohort Wholesale to represent horticultural products

The ADAMA horticultural portfolio contains products for grapes, apples, berries and other crops.

ADAMA Canada has partnered with Cohort Wholesale to provide enhanced support for ADAMA’s fruit and vegetable crop protection portfolio. The agreement will combine ADAMA’s existing and pipeline portfolio of leading fruit and vegetable crop protection products with Cohort Wholesale’s technical sales expertise to ensure growers are selecting the best product to address their crop production challenges and optimizing the performance of those products. 


“We believe our national partnership with Cohort Wholesale will ensure our fruit and vegetable customers receive the expertise and support they need to incorporate our growing portfolio into their management programs.” expressed Tony Zatylny, ADAMA’s product portfolio manager. 


Cohort Wholesale will provide national support for the ADAMA products used exclusively in outdoor fruit and vegetable production: CORMORAN insecticide, FOLPAN 80 WDG fungicide and NIMITZ 480 EC nematicide. 


ADAMA Canada continues to focus on expanding its portfolio of row crop and potato products, including ARMORY 240, ARROW 240 EC, LEOPARD and SQUADRON I herbicides, ALIAS 240 SC and SILENCER 120 EC insecticides as well as BUMPER 432 EC fungicide. 


Source:   ADAMA/Cohort Wholesale November 30, 2020 news release




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