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Bionema

Bionema is a leading biopesticide product testing and technology development company, specialising in chemical-free, organic crop protection. Research is focused on the development of natural products to protect crops from insect damage, reducing the use of synthetic pesticides, enhancing food security and increasing crop yields. Bionema supplies specialist bio-control products to the horticulture, turf and amenity and forestry sectors, providing training aimed at increasing the product efficacy.

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> Biocontrol industry

Research & Development

> Horticulture
> Turf and amenity
> Forestry

Research & Development

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> Vegetables
> Lawns

News & Media

Interview – Development of biopesticides and future opportunities for SMEs

August 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Interview - Development of biopesticides and future opportunities for SMEs Earlier this month, we kicked off our pilot JMAPP (https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/press/news­2018/cranfield­university­and­johnson­matthey­partnership­looks­to­nurture­fresh­growth­in­agritech) partner programme, in association with Cranfield University. As part of our open innovation strategy, we're

Bionema has appointed Stephen Burt to its board

August 22nd, 2018|0 Comments

Bionema today announces the appointment of Stephen Burt as Finance Director. Steve, is a qualified Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse and has more than 20 years experience across a number of South Wales’s blue chip manufacturing businesses and was recently Managing Director of healthcare supplier Rocialle, part of the Clinical Solutions division of Berendsen plc.

GLAS 2018 New Product & New Plant Winners

August 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

GLAS 2018 New Product & New Plant Winners New Products Winner NemaTrident range of Bioinsecticides — Prograss — Stand: J14 Bionema’s NemaTrident Tri-Component System nematode products incorporate a range of highly virulent insect-parasitic nematodes within the Heterorhabditis