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Which natural enemies are there?

Biological crop protection is the controlling of pests in a crop by use of natural enemies (useful insects) or biological crop protection agents. By making use of a natural enemy as a predator of the harmful organism present in a crop, a natural balance is created in the greenhouse, where the natural enemy controls the pest, preventing damage to the crop. Natural enemies can be used to control different pests. Click for more information. Would you like more information about the use of natural enemies? Then contact one of our crop protection specialists.



Nematodes

soil predatory mites

Chrysoperla carnea
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gall midge

predatory mite

predatory bug
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hoverfly

Bacillus thuringiensis
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cryptolaemus montrouzieri predatory beetle
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