Why Bladrammenas?

Controlls

Nematode Populations

Improves

Soil Structure

Returns

Valuable Nutrients to Soil

Bladrammenas Help Manage the Risk of Crop Damage from Most Common Nematodes

Root Knot Nematodes

Lesion Nematodes

Cyst Nematodes

Stubby Root Nematodes

Stem Nematodes

Why Parasitic Nematode Management?

Nematodes, also known as eelworms and roundworms, are of the most abundant creatures living in soil. Nematode species are very difficult to distinguish, over 28,000 have been described, of which 16,000 are parasitic. The total amount of nematode species has been estimated to be about 1 million. Although some of these tiny, worm-like animals are beneficial, about 50% are detrimental to plant life and on a global scale it has been estimated that these parasitic species reduce agricultural production by a figure in the order of 12%.