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Monitoring and trapping with sticky traps, what’s new?

Monitoring and trapping with sticky traps, what’s new? One hundred years ago, it was observed that greenhouse white- flies, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) (Hemiptera, Aleyrodidae) are particularly attracted to opaque yellow traps (Lloyd,…

PHERA Project

PHERA Project Newsletter May 2021 Mating disruption (MD) with sex pheromones is an efficient, safe and environmentally friendly method for pest control instead of using toxic insecticides.1 By permeating the…

Biological fungicide reveals disease resistance in Cameroon

Biological fungicide reveals disease resistance in Cameroon Russell Bio solutions has developed an effective microbial fungicide, Dynamic WP. It is a powerful broad-spectrum biological fungicide and bactericide that can be…

Remote monitoring for bed bugs

Remote monitoring for bed bugs A global bed bug (Cimex lectularius) resurgence has continued throughout the past two decades, following a period of relative absence for most of the world…

PHERA Pheromone for Row Crop Application

PHERA: A Major Grant from BBI JU Aiming to Commercialise sustainable Pest Control with Insect Pheromones. Russell IPM is delighted to be part of the PHERA consortium that has won…

‘Push-Push’ – A Pest Management Novel Strategy

A PUSH-PULL pest management strategy has been tested in fruit, vegetable and tree crops. PUSH- PULL uses semiochemical techniques to PUSH pests away from crops, PULL pests onto traps and…

‘Attract and kill’ – a sustainable strategy’

‘Attract and kill’ – A Sustainable Strategy The Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata is one of the world’s most important fruit flies. The “Medfly” has been recorded in about 350…

Russell IPM ltd Covid-19 Update

As we all strive to cope with the impacts of COVID-19, we would like to assure all our customers that we are carefully monitoring the situation and are taking this…

A sustainable approach to control top fruit pests

A sustainable approach to control top fruit pests European earwigs are important predators of orchard pests, they are capable of keeping the infestation degree of several orchard pests, like scale…
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