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BioCeres® EC

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Product description


BioCeres® EC is an effective way to ensure the safety of your indoor crops. It is a certified organic emulsifying insecticide based on the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana ANT-03, which targets many species of invertebrates such as whiteflies and aphids. The effects of begin 5 to 7 days after application. It adheres to the cuticle of the pest and infects it without causing damage or phytotoxicity to the plants! The proactive application of BioCeres® EC is the best way to prevent pest infestations. By scheduling applications every 3 to 7 days, you will help keep your site free of harmful organisms and protect it from a potential infestation.

Targeted crops

Indoor commercial crops in Canada include:

  • Ornamental crops
  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumbers
  • Peppers
  • Herbs and spices (crop group 19)
  • Cannabis

Targeted pests

  • Whiteflies
  • Aphids
  • Thrips

Application Instructions

BioCeres® EC can be used preventively or at the first signs of pest insects. 
This product can be applied with manual or boom sprayer equipment.
Always prepare a fresh solution for each treatment, as it does not keep.
Multiple treatments may be necessary to reduce the number of pests present in the targeted crop.
Remember to always shake the product thoroughly to mix the oil with the Beauveria bassiana spores.

Directions for Mixing:
Shake the bottle of BioCeres® EC to resuspend the spores;
Add 2 to 4 ml of BioCeres® EC per liter of water according to the volume needed to cover your entire crop;
Keep the mixture in agitation for at least 2 minutes;
Do not mix with hot water.
Do not mix with a fungicide.

Storage Instructions

BioCeres® EC can be stored for up to 18 months in a refrigerator at 4°C.
Make sure to tighten the cap after use to avoid a decrease in efficacy. Keep at 4°C.
This biopesticide contains living spores of the Beauveria bassiana fungus. The spores can be damaged by storage temperatures above 25°C or contact with water for more than 24 hours.