Corn rootworm spreads in maize cultivation


The corn rootworm (lat. Diabrotica virgifera) is an introduced beetle, which is increasingly becoming a threat as a pest in maize cultivation (2017: + 350% in Baden-Württemberg, a region in Germany).

On 06.09.2018 an information day on this topic will take place in Freiburg (Germany).The partners of the cross-border EU-project "Innov.AR" (D, F, CH) invite to get acquainted with the latest recommendations against the propagation and control of the corn rootworm.

Dr. Bart Vandenbossche (e-nema GmbH) will report on the basics of biological pest control with nematodes and our nematode product dianem®, which has already proven itself in practical use against the corn rootworm.

Learn more about dianem®

The practical application of nematodes are presented by Karl Müller-Sämann (ANNA) and Klaus Schitterer (agricultural contractor).

Watch the Video about practical application of dianem®

Look at the program of the information day (PDF, 760 KB)

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Dr. Bart Vandenbossche (e-nema GmbH)