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.
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
The 9th Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting (ABIM), which took place in Basel, Switzerland from 20 to 22 October, was born out of the co-operation between the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA), of which Bioiberica is an active member.
This past November 6th, the 2nd conference on Profitability and Future of Vineyard Growth in Castile-La Mancha was held at Tomelloso, Ciudad Real.
Bioiberica has had an event-filled month, with presentations of its newest products, SuzukiiTrap® and Crop-Scan®. Bioiberica’s continued positioning its Cera Trap® system as the most efficient and eco-friendly mass trap device currently available in the national and international markets.
BIOIBERICA’s plant physiology division has recently launched a new attractant specifically designed to protect strawberry, cherry and other berries from the fly pest: Drosophila Suzukii.
The 7th Cherry International Symposium was held at Plasencia (Extremadura, Spain) on 23-27 June. It was attended by scientists, agriculture specialists and farmers specializing in cherry crop production that came from major cherry production areas in the world.
The seminar’ fifth edition will be held on 15-20 May in Jerusalem (Israel)
Bioiberica's contribution to this meeting, the most important international event in its field, is a paper on the olive fly biological attractant: Dacus Trap
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