All branches of horticulture are increasing worldwide, as it allows to grow valuable crops under more controlled conditions, independent of weather challenges.

However, growing crops intensively in a glasshouse environment also increases the hazard to a destructive pest taking hold and threatening the commercial viability of the harvest.

Several crop pests have already developed resistance to pyrethroid-based insecticides, whilst other widely used chemicals are also banned or in the process of being banned.

IPS offers well researched monitoring and trapping solutions for a high number of pests found in horticultural environments which are well placed in an IPM (Integrated Pest Management) approach.

Growing valuable crops under glass or plastic structures (polytunnels) is rapidly increasing.
It helps food production by improving resilience to extreme weather increases cropping seasons and the supply of fresh produce in countries, who would otherwise rely on expensive imports.

However, growing crops intensively in a glasshouse or polytunnel environments also increases the hazard for a destructive pest taking hold and threatening the commercial viability of the harvest.
Several crop pests have already developed resistance to pyrethroid-based insecticides, whilst other widely used chemicals are also banned or in the process of being banned.

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