Introduction of entomophages is an effective way of complex biological plant protection.

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Introduction of entomophages is an effective way of complex biological plant protection.

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A perfect solution
for agriculturists

In order to fully protect plants and achieve maximum yield safety (up to 90%), it is necessary to introduce the correct entomophage species in a timely manner which are selected based on the stage of plant growth as well as pest species and population development.

When preparing for the season, it is important to plan for the treatment of your field with entomophages so that the bio-laboratory can grow the entomophage population you need by the time the field is treated.


It is used to control more than 70 types of insect pests, including moths, sod webworms, corn worms and European corn borers, fir seed moths, cabbage butterflies and grass moths.

The entomophage is automatically delivered by drones in the form of trichogramma-contaminated moth eggs, which hatch within 1-2 days after introduction. Our experience includes using the trichogramma on corn, soybean, sunflower, chickpea, cotton and potatoes.

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An entomophage that can protect fields from more than 60 types of pests, including moths, fir seed moths and grass moths. The habrobracon is particularly effective in cereals, vegetables, fruit trees and vineyards.

2,000 adult entomophages are enough to protect up to 1 hectare of land from crop losses. Specialists from the All-Russian Research Institute of Plant Biological Protection are ready to calculate the timing and volume of application of habrobracon using drones for each crop.

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One of the most effective entomophages used today in organic farming. During the year, Chrysopidae give birth to up to five generations of larvae which are predators and eat eggs from 76 pest and 11 mite species.

Entomophage application is therefore effective for most crops and can be done at all vegetation stages to maintain the population with proper treatment planning.

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Stages of working with us:

Stage 1


Research and monitoring of fields to assess the volume and scheme of processing

Stage 2


Request for entomophages introduction, agreement on the contract, terms of cooperation and payment schedule

Stage 3


Selection and provision of pheromone traps according to crop types and pests

Stage 4


Joint definition of time and standard for entomophage introduction

Stage 5


Entomophage growing and quality control testing in vitro

Stage 6


Entomophages introduction with the help of drone aircrafts according to the planned schedule

Stage 7


Assessment of entomophage application efficiency and crop conservation

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  • Our address:suites 722, 724, 726,
    Kommunarov Str. 268, City of Krasnodar
  • Working hours: Monday – Friday,
    9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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