Bio Protection – Dron Agro Asistance


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Pest management

Preventive, curative and biological measures are taken to control pests (mites, nematodes, insects, molluscs, birds and mammals) as well as pathogens. In the event of attacks by rabbits, rodents or birds, nets and fencing shall be installed.


Preventive measures to protect against pests include the methods proposed for weed and disease control.

As curative measures, mechanical control is practised by collecting and destroying harmful insects, trenching, using plants and trap-breaks, spraying with cold water to reduce aphids. Pheromones, natural pyrethroids, metaldehyde and diammonium phosphate can be used to make traps. Peas are also repellent to some pests.

Chemical measures include the use of alum (sour stone), potassium soap to control leaf lice, basalt flour for action on the eyes, body and trachea of insects. Vegetable oils (mint, cumin, linseed), paraffin oil and mineral oils will be useful.

Biological measures include the use of predatory insects and micro-organisms as well as some pest-fighting plant species. Viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes may be useful.

Predatory insect control can be presented by the 7-spotted ladybird (Coccinella 7 punctata), which is excellent at controlling leaf lice. Biopreparations containing Baculovirus viruses combat insect pests. Bacterial preparations (Bacillus thuringiensis) keep lepidopterans (butterflies) under control. Those containing entomopathogenic fungi (Verticilium genus) help control aphids.

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Disease management

Preventive methods

Preventive methods refer to phytosanitary quarantine, conditioning of seed and planting material, destruction of problem weeds and, in addition, forecasting and warning, which are carried out in the same way as for pest management.

Destruction of weeds in the wild flora, which can be host to pathogens, must be carried out immediately. Forecasting and warning is carried out by the specialist services and distributed in the form of a bulletin to help farmers prevent or control the occurrence of various pathogens. Warnings are issued according to climatic conditions and refer to the imminent occurrence of diseases in crops.

Effective control can be ensured by the correct application of crop rotation, choice of land, time of ploughing immediately after the pre-plant, irrigation and fertiliser application in a controlled manner, use of certified seed material, time of sowing, optimum density, timely and favourable harvesting conditions.

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Curative measures

Curative measures to control plant diseases consist of burning disease-infested plant debris, removing parts of the plant (leaves, flowers, fruit) that have been attacked by various pathogens (rusts, mealybugs, mange, rots), solarisation to disinfect attacked seeds and fruit by exposing them to the sun, and then regular mowing.

Biological control

Biological control – spraying plants with various preparations made from fungi and bacteria, which destroy damaging plant pathogenic fungi. An example is the preparation Triodermin which contains spores of the fungus Trichoderma lignorum and is used to control fungi such as: Phytium sp. (downy mildew), Fusarium sp. (Fusarium head blight), Rhizoctonia solani (Rhizoctoniosis).

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Genetic methods

Genetic methods aim to breed plant species that have tolerance or some resistance to attack by various pathogens.

Biochemical methods

Biochemical methods – legalised products for disease control in organic farming systems:

  • Copper-containing products: bordeaux juice, copper in the form of copper hydroxide, copper oxychloride, copper sulphate (tribasic) for the control of mange, fusarium, rot.
  • Sulphur-based products: mucilage sulphur or sulphocalcium solution to combat mould.
  • Sodium silicate is a liquid product used to combat rot, sclerotinia and seedling decay.
  • Compost extract is used to control mealy bugs.

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Advantages of using entomophages


With correct and timely application, a 20-30% increase in yield can be achieved.


Significantly reduce the costs associated with purchasing and applying pesticides.


The use of entomophages contributes to a greener and more environmentally friendly agriculture.


Not only does it protect crops, it also helps improve soil health.


With the help of drones they are deployed with maximum precision in problem areas.


Provides long-lasting protection for agricultural crops, persisting in the environment for longer.

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