Bioline Iberia participated once again in the major fairs of the agricultural sector in Spain: Fruit Attraction in Madrid and Iberflora in Valencia. In both events, the company showcased its innovative release systems for biological pest control.
Under its motto ‘Bioline Iberia, technology that protects’, the company, which produces more than 11 billion beneficial insects and mites for pest control, focused its efforts on promoting innovation through the release of these insects in a more conveinent, fast, precise and effective way. Starskii® (Amblyseius swirskii), Amblyline® (Amblyseius cucumeris) and Phytoline® (Phytoseiulus persimilis) are some of Bioline’s best established predatory mites. Among the most innovative systems for using them preventively in crops are Gemini sachets, stick sachets, blisters, Bugline (ideal for distributing Starskii®), and Tricholine TA cards, with a parasitoid Tuta Absoluta of the Trichogramma genus.
These offerings highlight Bioline’s commitment to innovation and environmental sustainability in its practices and products. With the same objective, Bioline Iberia also attended the XII National Congress of Applied Entomology, which took place from October 3 to 7 in Malaga.
María José Pardo, manager of Bioline Iberia, said:
“We are proud to offer the market biocontrol products of the highest quality, produced in our biofactory in Almería. Our commitment is to continue working every day on the innovation and development of biosolutions to adapt to the needs of agriculture.”