Solutions for a better world
Tricho-Corn® is a species of Trichogramma (Trichogramma ostriniae) specifically selected for maximum results in suppressing European corn borer eggs.
To reproduce, this beneficial insect lays its eggs inside moth or butterfly (Lepidoptera) eggs. As they develop, the Trichogramma larvae kill the pest’s egg, solving the problem right at the source.
This natural method eliminates the damage corn borer larvae cause to your corn plants. You will be reducing your need for environmentally-harmful insecticides while protecting your crops.
Using Trichogramma in agriculture is safe for humans, animals, plants and the environment. It’s nature at your service!
|Sweet corn||1 card||200 m2 or 2 153 sq. ft||week||5 weeks minimum|
|Sweet corn||20 cards||1 acre||week||5 weeks minimum|
|Sweet corn||50 cards||1 hectare||sweek||5 weeks minimum|
The adult and larva of convergent lady beetle can eat 10 to 170 aphids per day.
Source : Réseau de surveillance du puceron du soya, carnet de champ du dépisteur (2010).