New research works have been launched at the Institute of Zoology to combat pests
New research works have been started at the Institute of Zoology of ANAS to combat biological pests against agricultural crops.
Employees of the Institute of Applied Zoology have begun to increase the efficiency of entomophages that can be used in the biological struggle against the pests of agricultural plants. It is envisaged to increase the entomophagus in laboratory conditions.
For the mass reproduction of any entomophagy, it is necessary to massively multiply other insects that form its food.
Therefore, we are currently exploring ways to increase the massive increase in the laboratory environment, which is the nutrient of the Habrobrakon hebetor's larvae, the effective entomophagy of many pests.