Monday, 25 October 2021
Applied Knowledge | Cera-Trap® | Suzukii Trap® / Dacus Trap®
Chemical pesticides are falling out of favour with consumers and regulators alike. There’s never been a clearer need to maintain plants and crop health in a way that’s sustainable and keeps the balance of the farm ecosystem in check.
That’s where biocontrol comes in. A natural solution, biocontrol is an alternative to chemical pesticides that’s gaining traction year on year – by 2025, it’s estimated that the market will be worth $10 billion. But what’s fuelling this growth and why should companies targeting the agricultural, food and related industries take note?
Tuesday, 26 November 2019
Field Experience | Suzukii Trap® / Dacus Trap® | Berries
The area of Huelva is one of the largest producing areas of different types of berries in the Iberian Peninsula due to its climatic characteristics. In recent years, the spotted-wing fly (Drosophila Suzuki), that mainly attacks soft-skinned red fruits, has been introduced, leading to the need to carry out an exhaustive population monitoring in order to adapt the best pest control strategy.
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
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Tuesday, 01 December 2015
Field Experience | Suzukii Trap® / Dacus Trap® | Vine & grape
The term “table grape” applies to those grape variants containing smaller amounts of sugar. They are tastier and are intended for fresh consumption. However, this crop is recently facing a new pest: the Drosophila suzukii fly. According to the US National Agricultural Statistics Service, the losses caused by this pest exceeded 511 US$ millions in 2008.
Tuesday, 09 June 2015
Latest news | Suzukii Trap® / Dacus Trap®
This is a new invasive pest that attacks fruit that has become a menace for several crops of high economic importance in Europe
Our company presented today the results of field trials with their specifically designed biological attractant Suzukii Trap™, which has proved efficacy and a high degree of selectivity