News – 2017
With traditional pesticides losing efficacy or being withdrawn from the market, growers were increasingly relying on natural pest control, said Minshad Ansari, managing director at Bionema. It launched its new NemaTrident range at the event,
A ‘witches brew’ of pesticides and fungicides has been identified by scientists at the University of Maryland and the US Department of Agriculture as being the cause of the destruction of 10 million beehives across the US. Researchers collected pollen from hives on the east coast and fed it to healthy bees, which lowered their resistance to a parasite called Nosema ceranae (microsporidian), thought to be linked with Colony Collapse Disorder.
Specialist Biological Pest Control Training Courses Course 1 Application of biological insecticides: Entomopathogenic nematodes Develop - a complete understanding of entomopathogenic nematodes. Apply - entomopathogenic nematodes through a practical integrated pest
The Natural Way - why nematodes can help feed the world safely For generations farmers, foresters and growers have relied on potentially damaging chemicals to protect their crops. But Bionema's founder Dr Minshad Ansari