Research greenhouse

Of many different plant species we roughly know to which pest insects they are sensitive. This helps us to set up a biological control strategy in a research greenhouse. Experience shows that dose and frequency of biological control agents in a research greenhouse differ from a production greenhouse. Depending on the experimental set up and goal of the experiments, it can be necessary to introduce natural enemies on a very regular basis. Introducing preventively instead of waiting for the pest to arrive can be a very valuable strategy. Regular consultation with the researchers is essential to make the right choices. Since we produce many of our products ourselves, we can easily change a product to fit the needs of an experiment. Biological control requires a custom approach, especially in a research greenhouse.

Are you interested in a custom biological control strategy?
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