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- Foil, mesh, bag, plastic product
- Gardener for seedlings
- Garden accessory
- Plant protection product
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- Seeds, onions, tubers
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Plant protection product
In this group of articles we have included the various additives, wetting agents, adjuvants, pH reducers and substances not included in other categories (e.g. leaf gloss).
Fibre treatment agent
Pastes, wood waxes, tallow gels, fasciocosides, preparations to aid the healing and callus formation of minor or major wounds on fruit trees, ornamental trees and other woody plants after pruning are included in this group.
Pheromone and colour traps
The principle of operation of pheromone traps is based on the mating of small-bodied, flying insects, mainly moths, moths (apple moth, apple fly, eastern fruit moth, plum moth, variegated vine moth, saddle vine moth, chestnut tree moth) with species-specific chemical attractants. The colour traps are colourful (yellow, white, blue) air-drying sheets of different sizes coated with an adhesive that does not dry in the air and is not washed off by rainwater, and which attract the relevant pests (aphids, greenhouse moths, peat flies, leaf-eating flies, mourning flies, gall midges, earthworms, light beetles, certain hornworms, American corn borers, cherry midges, bedbug wasps, certain shield wasps, thrips, western flower thrips, moths. They can be used as a trap for prediction and pest control. The caterpillar trap belt, clothes trap and food moth trap are also found here.
In this group of articles, we have listed the virucides and bactericides (virocides, bactericides) that can be used to disinfect greenhouses, growing tables, crop stores and other premises and surfaces.
This group of articles covers authorised over-the-counter and authorised conditional (green book) preparations against pathogenic fungi harmful to cultivated plants, including powdery mildew, peronospora, monilia, grey mould, scab, rust and leaf spot diseases.
Here you will find herbicides, herbicides with total and selective action (single- or double-celled), herbicides for the control of weeds.
Useful living organisms
Beneficial living organisms, parasites and predators, which are natural enemies of pests and pathogens, are increasingly used, primarily in organic or environmentally friendly cultivation. These include predatory mites, quack wasps, soil-dwelling pests, larvae, parasitic fungi, nematodes, soil-borne pathogenic fungi (e.g. Sclerotinia, Pythium, Fusarium, Phytophthora), bacteria, which can be used to achieve chemical-free cultivation in both commercial and hobby gardens.
This category includes various household rodenticides, mouse trap adhesives, fly, wasp, mosquito, ant, cloth and food moth repellents, as well as attractants, bug repellents, tick repellents, sprays, aerosols. You can also find mole catchers, fly traps, mouse traps, slug traps, ultrasonic mosquito repellents, vacuum bug catchers.
Among the insecticides and fungicides, a separate category of preparations containing vegetable oils, copper and sulphur (e.g. Bordoilé, Oily Copper, Nevikén, Vegesol, etc.) for use as autumn-spring wash sprays.
In this group of articles you will find dwarfing agents, growth and maturity regulating preparations (e.g. gibberelin), rooting stimulants, stress relievers, plant conditioners, stem silage, rooting powders.
In this group of articles, we have included products to control insect pests, mites, moths, moths, beetles.
This group of articles includes chemical preparations active against soil-infecting pests (horse crickets, nematodes, wireworms, cutworms, etc.) and pathogens (e.g. Sclerotinia, Pythium, Fusarium, Phytophthora).
This category includes odour-based game repellents, marten and dog repellent sprays.