It is our mission to supply the best glass house biological service in the industry. Our local production facility supplies a wide variety of natural insect control agents, which are as fresh and west coast relevant as possible. Our local production facility also produces bio wall paint. Our production along with our association with Biobest Biological Systems, a worldwide leader in biological protection, allows us to supply virtually any biological control product our clients could ever need.These products range from standard mites and lady beetles, to newly developed and experimental insects; all the way to sticky cards and traps, bio-pesticides, nematodes and finally pollination bumblebees.

Another thing that prides itself on is our customer loyalty and our experienced consultant team. Our team works with glasshouse growers to offer system suggestions and pest management solutions. Their goal is to ensure that our clients minimize product loss due to pest insect infestations. We ensure that no other biological control company will do more to accomodate the needs and wants of our valued customers.

Recent Posts

  • Thumbnail for the post titled: Pollinating Outdoor Crops Using Western Bumblebees

    Pollinating Outdoor Crops Using Western Bumblebees

    Bumblebees have been successfully used worldwide for more than two decades for the pollination of protected crops, largely in greenhouse tomato production. In Europe,where growers can find native species on…

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    A Mechanical Release System for Predator Insects

    Controlling the Colorado Potato Beetle The Colorado Potato Beetle (CPB) is a serious pest for potatoes.  Both adults and larvae feed on foliage and may skeletonize the crop.  Beetle populations…

  • Thumbnail for the post titled: Dicyphus hesperus Knight (Heteroptera, Miridae)

    Dicyphus hesperus Knight (Heteroptera, Miridae)

    Whitefly is a close relative of aphids, which suck the sap from plants. It is becoming a problematic greenhouse pest worldwide. Greenhouse crops such as tomato, cucumber, egg plant, gerbera,…

January 2023