Any agricultural companies understand the importance of Integrated Pest Management but do not benefit from the marketing advantages of using the approach because the public at large is not fully aware of them.
87 percent of Israel’s sweet pepper crops are grown using BioBee’s IPM /Biocontrol method
A vast majority of Israeli farmers now prefer to get rid of their pests using BioBee’s host of friendly predators, rather than rely solely on chemicals to do the job.
Bringing Integrated Pest Management to the World
For most companies, the traditional model of doing business is simple: Make a great product, ship it out, and forget about it. However, for a company like BioBee, whose solutions are equal parts knowledge, expertise, and innovative solutions, the product can’t simply be forgotten about once it leaves the doors.
Challenges of biologically based IPM
One of the challenges of biologically based Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is that natural enemies can only establish once pests are present. This head start allows pests to reproduce, causing plant damage, increasing the time and expense required for pest control and sometimes solicits chemical correction as an interim solution. Chemical residues may then delay […]
BioPersi+: The technological breakthrough of the decade
Going against all odds; the scientific literature and decades of practical recorded experience, a BioBee Sde Eliyahu R&D team, headed by R&D Entomologists Arnon Tabic and Tom Katz developed a breakthrough rearing technology for the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis.
First Time Ever
“BioBee is proud to announce that for the first time ever, the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis (BioPersi+), the ultimate spider mite predator, can be applied preventively using slow-release sachets that will guarantee consistent and absolutely outstanding results.” Announced Ran Ganel, CEO of BioBee Sde Eliyhau Ltd..