ABIM 2017, which is the most important Biocontrol event in Europe, was attended by some 900 international delegates.
Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division presented their biological attractant at booth #57 in the exhibitors’ area.
The picture must be taken with the new pocket microscope for smartphones, offered by Bioiberica’s range of biological attractants
The best plant physiopathy or pathology picture will win an iPad mini
CeraTrap™ is the most efficient and eco-friendly solution for the fruit fly pest affecting citrus and fruit trees
This new website includes a calculator to accurately determine the precise quantity of traps needed per hectare
The highly effective, insecticide-free liquid food attractant is specifically designed to capture the Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis Capitata
Our Plant Physiology Division, together with our Brazilian distributor Agro Wiser, presented Cera-Trap®, the 100 percent efficient and eco-friendly attractant for the control of fruit fly
The agricultural authorities of the State of Pernambuco have acknowledged the usefulness of Cera Trap™ for the pest control of fruit flies, mostly of the Ceratitis capitata species, which has reached record-setting, unheard of infestation levels.
After three years of satisfactory field trials against Anastrepha fraterculus carried out by the EMBRAPA, Cera Trap™ is now hailed in Brazil as an efficient, innovative and eco-friendly system for the capture of this harmful fruit fly
The Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, comes from Sub Sahara Africa and is one of the most damaging agricultural pests worldwide.
During the 9th ISFFEI, held at Thailand’s capital on May 11-17, 2015, Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division presented the results of a new Cera Trap® trial.