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Visit & Meet Bionema at ABIM 2017


Launch of NemaTrident – Tri-Component System

For the biological control of insect pest in horticulture, turf landscape and forestry

What is the NemaTrident®L Tri-Component system?

NemaTrident®L is a naturally occurring beneficial entomopathogenic nematode, Heterorhabditis and Steinernema species.

The Tri-Component system Includes:

  1. Nematode
  2. Approved soil conditioner
  3. Training and advice

What is secret behind the NemaTrident® Tri-Component system?

The unique NemaTrident® Tri-Component system ensures maximum dispersal of nematodes within the soil by combining the infective juveniles with an optimum concentration of uniquely formulated, approved soil conditioner. The tried and tested soil conditioner enhances the moisture retention capacity of the soil allowing the nematodes to freely move and locate their target more effectively. The NemaTrident® system provides enhanced protection against a wide range of landscape, horticultural and forestry pests, ultimately increasing yields and improving plant growth for effective and sustainable development.

We invite you to find out more about the benefits of NemaTrident from our team of biocontrol experts at Booth 30 in the Foyer of hall Singapore at ABIM, 23 – 25 October, Basel.

We look forward to revealing our latest new products and services, which are already creating interest across the industry worldwide.

Please visit us on the stand, or arrange a meeting, to discuss your needs during this important international biocontrol industry event.

Our wide range of services include:

  • NemaTrident – Tri-Component System
  • Microbial technology platform
  • Research, development and commercialisation
  • Production, formulation and application of biocontrol agents
  • Field efficacy testing (GEP)
  • Quality assessment of biocontrol agents
  • Effect on non-target arthropods
  • Training courses- application of biopesticide products

Our team looks forward to meeting with you.

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