Our portfolio of pesticide products enables us to supply active ingredients, formulated product and provide technical support to the industries listed below. Integrated vector, pest and resistance management solutions must be incorporated to ensure sustainable outcomes.

1. Professional Pest Control

Successful pest control can only be achieved using innovative pest management solutions that are specifically designed for the pest control professional. These include but are not limited to the main target site for pesticide treatment and covers the breeding sites of the immature stages, the resting and feeding sites of the adult vector or pest. Insects bionomics must be known before selecting the insecticide active ingredient, formulation type and application equipment.

2. Livestock insect pests, health and farm hygeine

Flies, ticks, mosquitos and midges pose a threat to livestock, domestic animals and humans having the potential to transmit bacterial, viral, fungal, protozoan and nematode infections as well as contributing to weight and milk loss in livestock. Intensive animal breeding and rearing operations including dairies, poultry houses, piggeries and feedlots are at greater risk due to the large concentration of confined animals and substantial fly breeding material (manure) they produce and to a lesser degree horse stud farms and stables. These operations are particularly susceptible to flies and the diseases they transmit.
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3. Protection of Stored Grain Products

Stored product insects pests are responsible for the loss, contamination and spoilage of many cereals and foodstuffs. In order to achieve global food security, crop production has increased resulting in greater post-harvest storage requirements from subsistence, to large commercial farming and subsequently food processing operations. An integrated pest and resistance management programme is required to control these infestations.

4. Pests of timber

Subterranean termites, borers and fungus are the most important of the wood-destroying insects. Termites are among the most successful groups of insects on earth and their recycling of wood and plant matter is of considerable ecological importance. However, many termite species are economically significant as pests that can cause serious damage to buildings, crops or forest plantation. These include Microtermes, Macrotermes and Odontotermes.

5. Nurseries, greenhouses, horticulture and agriculture

Plant and crop health protection cannot be considered in isolation and needs the input of innovative pest management solutions that are specifically designed for the crop and associated pest. Regulation, research, innovation, education, training and inspection are needed to provide the skills and knowledge to attain food security.

6. Consumer / household

Due to an ever-increasing urban population there has been a rise in food sources and conducive living habitats for many different kinds of pests such as rodents, cockroaches, bedbugs, fleas, flies, ants and mosquitoes etc. This has increased the demand for innovative repellents, biological and synthetic pesticides products and formulations. Consumers are now able to purchase from retail outlets small pack products approved for use by their country regulatory authorities.

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