Products & Services

By: Anatis Bioprotection  09-12-2011
Keywords: Eggs, Insects


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At a glance…

PRODUCTS

USE

Parasitic Trichogramma

To combat moths

Ladybug (Coleomegilla maculata) larvae

To combat aphids, whiteflies, spider mites, and the eggs and young larvae of beetles and butterflies

Ephestia eggs

To rear and ensure the correct development of beneficial insects, year round

Parasitic Trichogramma
Moth caterpillars cause widespread damage to plants. Trichogramma kill moth eggs.
Trichogramma is a highly effective microscopic wasp (0.5 mm) that lays its eggs in the eggs of moths. In this way, Trichogramma eliminates the pest in the egg before the pest caterpillar has a chance to hatch.

Anatis Bioprotection works with different, carefully selected, Trichogramma species, highly efficient against moths in corn, potato, pepper, eggplant and tomato fields as well as orchards.

Our Trichogramma are available both ready for use and wholesale.

Anatis Bioprotection’s research team has devised specially perforated cards which vastly improve Trichogramma release and efficacy.

Ladybug (Coleomegilla maculata) larvae
A number of pest insects can damage and kill gardens and crops. Ladybugs eat a large number of pest insects. Anatis Bioprotection is the only supplier of Coleomegilla maculata larvae.

The spotted ladybug feeds on a broad range of pest insects, including their eggs. Its preys include aphids, whiteflies, spider mites, and the eggs and young larvae of beetles and butterflies.

The spotted ladybug (Coleomegilla maculata Timb.) is a native to North America species and an active feeder that dines on a broad range of common pests. Unlike the non-native Asian lady beetle, which has a habit of invading homes in the fall while searching for a place to overwinter, spotted ladybugs spend the winter outdoors, beneath leaf litter and stones.

Anatis Bioprotection supplies different quantities according to garden or field types and sizes. We are the only company in the world that supplies larvae of this predator. Larvae have the advantage over adult ladybugs that their post-release presence in gardens and fields is relatively longer.

Ephestia eggs
On a daily basis, Anatis Bioprotection produces tens of thousands of moth (Ephestia kuehniella) eggs to nourish and successfully raise beneficial insects.

Anatis Bioprotection uses these eggs for its in-house insect rearing (Trichogramma and ladybugs for example). These eggs are also marketed to companies and laboratories world-wide who use them for a vast array of in-house productions.

The production method used by Anatis Bioprotection is such that the auxiliary insects raised along with the Ephestia eggs are always packaged and shipped together.  This ensures the auxiliary insects continue to feed on Ephestia eggs during transport, thereby ensuring maximum quality levels throughout the distribution process.   
Anatis Bioprotection produces Ephestia eggs using innovative automated technology which greatly improves the production process.

At a glance…

PRODUCTS

USE

Trichogramma sp.

To combat Spruce budworm in forests

Chrysoperla sp.

To combat aphids, whiteflies, spider mites, and the eggs and young larvae of beetles and butterflies

BioTerra-C
(microbiological product)

To combat the Colorado potato beetle

Keywords: Eggs, Insects