Making chrysopidae

Environmentally-friendly pest control

Chrysopidae is one of the most effective remedies used today in organic farming. Golden-eyed larvae feed on the eggs of 76 species of pests and 11 species of mites. This method is used to protect melons, vegetables and fruits. The special effectiveness of this protection - in the fight against foci of infection by various species of aphids. The female goldeneye lays up to 400 eggs during the life cycle, and up to 700 eggs in the laboratory. The larvae of this insect are carnivorous, which makes them an excellent biological means of protecting plants from pests, as they feed mainly on aphids, many species of mites, eggs and larvae of beetles (including Colorado), bedbugs and butterflies.

How is the process of making chrysopidae?

  • Field research and monitoring is performed to assess the volume and treatment scheme.

  • Creating an application for the introduction of goldeneye and approval of the contract.

  • Selection and provision of pheromone traps according to the types of crops and pests.

  • Determination of time and application rate.

  • Growing and quality control of goldeneye in the laboratory.

  • Making goldeneye with the help of drones according to the established schedule.

  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of the use of goldeneye and crop conservation.

What will you get?


Environmentally friendly pest control, which reduces crop loss


The most effective destruction of aphids, spider mites, Colorado potato beetle


Destruction of pests in places inaccessible for chemical treatment


High accuracy - such spraying guarantees introduction of individuals of a goldeneye evenly on all field


High efficiency - the use of drones allows you to accurately withstand the route of processing and dosing of biomaterial at high productivity, it is a means of long-term action


Savings - low cost compared to the cost of processing plants

Benefits of the service

The technical efficiency of this PPE reaches 97%. Each larva can kill up to 400 aphids, more than 2,000 spider mites, and about 300 Colorado potato beetle eggs. The larva lives up to 14 days. New offspring of females begin to give in 5-10 days after winging and oviposition lasts 1-2 months. During the year, goldeneye give up to five generations of larvae, which are predators and feed on eggs of 76 species of pests and 11 species of mites. That is why this solution is effective for most crops and can be carried out at all stages of the growing season to support the population with proper treatment planning.

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