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Using solutions from nature itself. That is what we do at Koppert Biological Systems. Together with growers and in partnership with nature, we work to make agriculture and horticulture healthier, safer, more productive and resilient. We achieve this by using natural enemies and micro-organisms to combat pests and plant diseases, bumblebees for natural pollination, and biostimulants that support and strengthen the crops both above and underground.
We firmly believe in the power of nature. Working with nature requires a holistic approach which makes the cultivation of food crops environmentally friendly and free of chemical residue.
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The first UN International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste will be held on 29 September, recognizing the fundamental role that food production plays in promoting food security and nutrition in the fight for Zero Hunger and against Climate Change.
Most growers know when there are thrips in their crop. After all, there are not very many tiny, slender insects that look like thrips. More difficult, however, is determining the exact identity of the intruder. Because specific knowledge and expertise is a must, only an expert can provide a definitive answer. Nevertheless, we can help you get started with a few rules of thumb.