Mating Disruption: A Greener, More Efficient Way to Control Insect Populations
Traditionally, effective pest management required blanket-spraying of conventional pesticides. However, current dependence on conventional pesticides risks pollution of our water supply, contamination of the soil and threatens public health. Consumers and regulators now demand safer, pesticide-free produce.
Mating disruption is a proactive way to protect crops by preventing pests from reproducing in the first place. By simulating the natural pheromone emission of female insects, males become confused and incapable of mating. The result is the collapse of insect pest populations without a single drop of pesticide. Crop protection couldn’t be safer!