Making a trichogramma

Ensuring the environmental friendliness of your products

One of the promising areas of use of drones in agriculture is the introduction of biological plant protection products. Every farmer today strives to ensure the environmental friendliness of their products. An effective method for this is to make a trichogram. Trichogramma is a family of parasitic insects that lay eggs in the eggs of farmland pests. They kill a wide range of pests, even in places inaccessible to chemical treatment. Developing inside the host's egg, trichogramma larvae feed on its contents, destroying the embryos, so these insects are also called oviparous. The trichogramma itself is not harmful to plants, it multiplies very quickly and retains its effectiveness for two weeks.

What will you get?

Environmental friendliness

Environmentally-friendly pest control, which reduces crop loss by up to 20%.

High accuracy

Such spraying guarantees the introduction of individuals of a trichogramma evenly on all fields.

High efficiency

The use of drones allows you to accurately maintain the route of processing and dosing of biomaterial at high productivity.


The use of drones allows you to process larger areas in the shortest possible time, significantly reducing the cost of chemical treatment and similar treatment by small aircraft.

Advantages of the service


Low cost compared to the cost of plant treatment


Such a plant protection product is environmentally friendly


Reduction of yield losses by more than 20% as a result of crop treatment


Double application allows to destroy several generations of pests


Destroys pests in places inaccessible to chemical treatment


Specially installed dispensers allow to vary the required amount of biomaterial depending on the culture, seasonality and weather factors


Spraying guarantees the introduction of the trichogramma evenly in all areas of the field


Long-acting remedy

Benefits of the service

Trichogramma significantly reduces the number of about 215 species of pests, including such as meadow and corn butterfly, various moths (clover, winter, alfalfa, gamma, cabbage, excellent, epsilon, etc.), fruit eater (apple, plum, pea, oriental), cabbage blonde, leafhopper, various types of background, cruciferous flea and many others. This beneficial parasite is able to protect corn, apples, plums, pears, melons, onions, carrots, clover, alfalfa, eggplant, peppers, sunflowers, cabbage, sugar beets, tomatoes, cotton, perennial herbs, legumes (peas, soybeans), buckwheat and other cultures.

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