25 years experience
Pherobank develops, produces and sells pheromone lures and reference pheromone compounds. More than 25 years of experience in pheromone identification and synthesis has enabled us to lay claim to the world’s largest collection of lepidopteran sex pheromone compounds. The quality of these carefully purified chemical compounds is under constant supervision. Almost 400 different chemicals are now commercially available and are used worldwide as reference for pheromone identification work.
Ready for use
Ready-for-use lures for monitoring purposes are available from stock for over 150 different species, mostly lepidopteran. In our lures we use exclusively optimized pheromone blends. A loading of in general 1 mg or more of the active ingredients ensures high attractivity plus longevity of our pheromone lures. We produce custom lures in quantities of up to a million. Our analytical facilities ensure the highest quality possible.
Our pheromone lures are used together with special traps as a very selective method for the detection of a particular insect species. With the obtained information, growers may gain a better timing of pesticide application, thus reducing the use of these potentially polluting compounds.
Our products are supplied with simple and effective user guides. We supply our product together with transparent delta traps, which are unattractive for non-target species. In combination with the easy-to-use sticky inserts they form the perfect combination for insect monitoring. We also supply special stickers for recording the number of males caught.
Pherobank is part of the product range of Plant Research International. The institute combines a lengthy tradition in strategic research with a global outlook and next-generation standards of innovation. Top quality research is combined with up-to-date business development.
The scientific environment of Pherobank guarantees a state-of-the-art solution for plant health and gives access to national and international networks of phytopathology, crop protection and phytosanitation. The pheromone research of Plant Research International dates back to around 1970, when pheromones were identified of the summerfruit tortrix Adoxophyes orana and the South American potato tuberworm Phthorimaea operculella.
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