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Inocucor Technologies Continues Expansion to Meet U.S. Demand

Canadian agriculture biotech company Inocucor Technologies Inc. welcomes additional professionals to its sales, production and operations staff to meet increased demand for its products in North America._x000D_
Inocucor produces biological soil, seed and plant accelerators that improve yields, speed maturation and promote healthier, more resilient soils and plants for farmers and greenhouse growers._x000D_
Inocucor’s president and CEO Donald R. Marvin says the new employees will help meet increased demand for Inocucor’s Garden Solution, the company’s first product, a biological accelerator for high-value produce that is gaining momentum with producers in the Carolinas, Florida, Georgia and Virginia._x000D_
Sustainable agriculture professional Patricia Tripp is Inocucor’s regional sales manager for Virginia and North Carolina. Tripp has 18 years of experience in the food industry, specializing in sustainable agriculture production systems, post-harvest physiology, food safety and the biological dimensions of soil health._x000D_
Ramesh Murugesan joins the production staff at Inocucor’s new cGMP manufacturing facility in Technoparc Montreal as senior process development engineer. He recently completed his PhD at McGill University in Montreal, where he worked with biological materials and fermentation to develop new products as part of an International Development Research Centre (IDRC) project._x000D_
Jim Samaha has joined Inocucor as finance manager following finance management positions with 5N Plus Inc. in Saint-Laurent, Quebec, and ITT Water & Wastewater, now called Xylem Canada, in Pointe-Claire, Quebec.  He earned his CMA at Hautes Études Commerciale in Montreal and is a CPA.