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Ludhiana, August 05, 2015 (Rajinder Ahuja): With a promise of providing world class agro solutions to the farmers, Dhanuka Agritech limited, one of India’s leading Agrochemical formulation Company, launched its much awaited insecticide “COVER” for the Punjab and Haryana team. The product is eco-friendly (green label) and is said to benefit Paddy, Redgram, Blackgram, Soyabean and Sugarcane growing farmers across India. 

COVER comes with the power of RYNAXYPYR and is available in both liquid and granule form. The product not only controls stem borer, but also provides longer duration of control, which further helps to achieve better tillering and better panicle initiation resulting in quality yield in paddy crop.

Commenting on the launch of the new product, Dr. P.C. Rai, Sr. GM North India, Dhanuka Agritech Limited, said “Dhanuka Agritech Limited has always been at the forefront of providing new, innovative and world class crop protection solutions to the farmers. Our new product, COVER is not just an insecticide, but a guarantee to the farmer’s prosperity. All our new products Lustre, Mortar, Sempra have been doing consistently well and we are confident that Cover would also be well accepted by the farmers.”

Dhanuka Agritech would be launching COVER across India in the coming days. The product will soon be available in Punjab and Haryana through a wide network of authorized dealers and distributors. The company has ambitious plans to market the new product through its training and educational activities.

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