Atticus Announces 27 New Product Registrations in Arizona, Expanding Portfolio to more than 46 Brand Alternatives
October 21, 2022
CARY, N.C. (Oct. 20, 2022) – As the Arizona agricultural industry continues to grow, so does Atticus LLC’s commitment to the state’s farmers and ranchers. In the state of Arizona, Atticus has registered and made available an additional 27 products, bringing its comprehensive portfolio of registered products to more than 46.
Due to Arizona’s keen focus on environmental stewardship, it is especially challenging to secure pesticide registrations there, limiting generic product offerings in the state. In a deliberate effort to provide relevant, accessible and affordable crop protection, Atticus committed to working with Arizona to uphold state standards and register a comprehensive portfolio of branded-generic pesticides for Arizona growers.
“We’re bringing Arizona growers the same broad access to brand alternatives many other U.S. growers already benefit from. With over 46 Atticus products now registered, growers have choice when it comes to complementary agronomic and business needs,” said Randy Canady, founder and CEO. “Whether it’s a better price-to-value product, more options for ensuring product availability, or more flexibility in where you can purchase viable products, Atticus has made the investment and commitment to make these choices available to Arizona growers.”
With Atticus’ announcement of 46 agriculture products for Arizona, the team demonstrates its fierce commitment to Arizona’s $23 billion agriculture industry and the more than 138,000 workers responsible for growing food and fiber in the state. In addition to agriculture, Atticus is committed to the EcoCore market as it contributes to the safety and comfort of people, beautifies our surroundings, and protects critical infrastructure. Atticus holds over 25 EcoCore product registrations in the state to support the needs of greenhouse, nursery and turf professionals.
“Our goals are to minimize unpredictability in the supply chain and to bring more peace of mind to those seeking inputs that help support and sustain daily life,” said Canady. “As significant patent expirations arise over the next five to ten years, Atticus looks forward to further expanding its offerings in the state and across the country. We are proud to have the opportunity to extend that experience to Arizona growers, as their efforts help secure our food supply, especially during these supply-constrained times.”
Atticus is a demand-driven manufacturer of branded-generic pesticides for agriculture and EcoCore professional markets. To learn more about the product registrations available now to Arizona growers, view the Atticus portfolio.