Bioagent Trichogramma, now also for small farms, vegetable production and greenhouses
- Eurpean Corn Borer
- Cotton Bollworm
- Silver-Y moth
- Cabbage moth
- White cabbage butterfly
- White turnip butterfly
- Beet webworm
- other butterfly pests of corn, sunflowers, cotton, vines, tomatoes, peppers, cabbages and other agricultural crops.
Scheme for inserting trichogram boxes
Place 20 trichogram containers per 1 acre according to a scheme.
The containers are conveniently made for hanging on different crops.
Depending on the type of pest and the number of generations it develops in a year, 1, 2 or 3 colonisations (treatments) are required.
Containers contain Trichogramma pupae, which are found in grain moth eggs. After colonization, within a few hours, the adult trichogramma begins to emerge and immediately begins to search for moth eggs to parasitize.
- It prevents the losses inflicted by the caterpillars of various butterflies, as these do not hatch.
- Does not lead to resistance of the pest.
- Very high efficacy rate.
- Can be used with other plant protection products including selective insecticides.
Crop pests cause huge damage, destroying labour and investment