The September 2019 issue of PecanSouth Magazine highlighted the work we do with Dr. David Illan-Shapiro at the USDA to create new methods to control pecan weevils with beneficial nematodes. Click on the link below to read it.
We are so excited about the VINE Food and Ag Innovation Meetup.
It is on Oct 22, at United States Bicycling Hall of Fame, 303 3rd Street, Davis, CA 95616. Come to the meetup and ask our Co-founder and COO, Karl Schiller, about soil health and nematodes.
Karl Cameron Schiller, the co-founder of Pheronym, is presenting our technology at the Partnerships in Biocontrol, Biostimulants & Microbiome Congress: USA, Nov 4-5, 2019, Raleigh, NC.
Pheronym is selected to present at the Five Star Bank Tank III Investor event.
Come and see Mr. Karl Cameron Schiller, co-founder, and COO of Pheronym, presenting Pheronym’s technology to control the agricultural pests on October 22, Sacramento, CA.
We are so excited that Pheronym is accepted to Impact Accelerator on October 22 at SOCAP 2019 and also offered a scholarship to attend to SOCAP 2019, San Francisco, October 22-25.
Dr. Kaplan, CEO of Pheronym, is honored to be a plenary speaker at the 7th International Congress of Nematology (ICN) 2020, Antibes, France.
She will be giving a talk on “Microgravity effect on entomopathogenic nematodes’ ability to find and kill insects”
Join us ICN 2020 from May 4 to 8, Antibes, France.
Preparing Nemastim to ship to our partners at the USDA so they can conduct field trials in Florida orchards. It is a great pleasure to move forward with field trails after our successful greenhouse trails which prepared us to enter the greenhouse growers market to bring the first nematode pheromone to the market.
We are excited to help Florida citrus farmers to fight the invasive Citrus Diaprepes weevil which attack’s 270 plant species including citrus, sugarcane, strawberry, potato, mahogany, ornamental plants, papaya and more.
Currently, we are raising our seed round to scale up our manufacturing.
Dr. Kaplan, CEO of Pheronym, explains in this video why beneficial nematodes for agricultural pest control are going to International Space Station. Nema the AstroNematode is Stienernema feltiae. If you would like to support the AstroNematode project, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Part II of the event was an opportunity for attendees to tour AgStart in Woodland and hear from entrepreneurs about their respective technologies, and the ways that AgStart and other partners have helped them expand their capabilities and the reach of their companies. Keep Reading
Dr. Fatma Kaplan, Chief Executive Officer of Pheronym. Pheronym is a Davis-based ag biotech start-up that relocated to the region from Florida; it develops nontoxic solutions for plant protection. It is a tenant in the UC Davis-HM. CLAUSE Life Science Innovation Center. Without pesticides, there would be 50-80% crop loss globally, representing billions of dollars of financial loss to producers. Keep Reading
Dr. Kaplan will be presenting Pheronym’s technology and the science behind.