NemaTrident® CT Plus is a naturally occurring insect parasitic nematode (Heterorhabditis downesi) for control of the following insect pests that attack certain tree species:
- Large pine weevil (Hylobius abietis)
- Citrus longhorn beetle (Anoplophora chinensis)
- Spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus)
Controlling these insect pests with synthetic pesticides is damaging to the environment, faces increasing regulatory pressure and is becoming less effective as the insect pests increasing their resistance.
There is another way to prevent insect damage that is environmentally-friendly, cost effective and simple to use. This new pest control product provides a 90-100% kill rate of these pest larvae down to 8°C – making it the most effective and flexible product in the market.
At Bionema we work with nature by identifying and developing biopesticide products that target specific insect pests.
Our NemaTrident® Tri-Component System nematode products incorporate a range of highly virulent insect-parasitic nematodes within the Heterorhabditis and Steinernema genera. These nematodes attack and destroy the larvae of the insect pest thus preventing future pests from developing. They are safe, non-toxic to users and consumers, decompose rapidly and can be targeted at specific pests to avoid harming beneficial insects.
Bionema’s Tri-Component system is up to 20-30% more effective than other nematode products in the market
In order to optimise the effectiveness of these nematodes we have incorporated them into the Bionema Tri-Component System which consists of:
By using Bionema’s unique Tri-Component System, customers benefit from powerful pest control without disrupting beneficial insects or causing any concern about development of insect resistance, residues, or worker safety.
- Compliant with pesticide legislation
- Environmentally friendly
- Pests don’t develop resistance
- Natural product with no side effects
- Leaves no harmful residue
- Fast delivery as required
- Safe and easy to apply
Always read and follow label directions.