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Biotech has in house state-of-the-art technology and is equipped with latest equipment and has full access to latest information in pest control industry. Biotech is offering consultancy services to several food and drug industries and has several leading clients both in public and private sector, banks, offices, warehouses and residential bungalows and apartments. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Mr. K. S. Naidu – CEO Dr. Ratna, MSc, Phd, Microbiology – Director Mr. O. N. Nath , MSc , Entomology – Director + Read More

Nature of Business

Service Provider

Year of Establishment

1991

Legal Status of Firm

Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)

Annual Turnover

Upto Rs. 50 Lakh

GST Number

36AABCB9655L2Z6

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American Cockroaches:

Appearance: American cockroach adults are 1½ inch long and are reddish brown with fully developed wings that completely cover the abdomen and have a yellowish margin on the body region behind the head. The nymphs are ¼ inch long when they emerge from the egg capsule and are initially gray-brown. As they develop they become more red-brown and the yellow “halo” becomes more prominent. When disturbed, may run rapidly and adults may fly.

Life Cycle: Eggs are contained in egg-case which is deposited by female in a protected place. Egg cases are 3/8 inch long, brown, and purse shaped. Females produce egg cases and carry them protruding from the tip of the abdomen for about two days. They can produce an average of 60 egg capsules during her life time. Immature cockroaches emerge from egg cases in 6 to 8 weeks and require 6 to 12 months to mature. They molt 13 times before becoming adults, which takes 285 to 616 days. Adult cockroaches can live up to one year. American cockroaches can become very abundant in secluded locations.

Note: Freshly moulted nymphs are white and resemble adults but are flightless. A. Cockroaches generally live in moist areas, but can survive in dry areas if they have access to water. They prefer warm temp. around 84°F and do not tolerate cold temp. In residential areas, these cockroaches live in basements and sewers, and may come out during warm weather. They are very abundant in sewers and are often found in large numbers in restaurants, hospitals, office buildings, housing and apartment buildings. They are good fliers and can migrate from building to building.

Brown Cockroaches:

The Brown cockroach is often mistaken for an American cockroach except that the last segment on the cercus (the antenna-like projection at the end of the abdomen) is triangular. The last segment on an American cockroach cercus is much longer and narrower. The adult is reddish-brown, but is somewhat darker in color. It is 1¼-1½ inch long. Female brown cockroaches can produce as many as 30 egg capsules in a life time, each of which is 1/2 – to 3/8- inch long, dark brown and contains an average of 24 eggs. The female deposits the egg capsule within 24 hours after it is produced and prefers to stick it near the ceiling on plaster or cement. The nymphs emerge in about 35 days and develop over an average of 182 days before becoming adults. These cockroaches prefer hot humid conditions. The Brown cockroach are mainly found in places like dumps, grocery stores, under the bark of trees and in sewers.

German Cockroaches:

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Flies

 

The common housefly, Musca domestica, is available all over specially when you go for picnics too. Predominantly flies are part of human settlements. They breed profusely in animal dung (manure) and garbage dumps. Flies migrate into houses and cause all kinds of public health nuisance. Flies are carriers of various kind of disease causing pathogens. Some of the diseases caused by flies are typhoid, food poisoning, cholera and roundworm infestation.

Appearance: The pupa is barrel shaped and it is brown or dark brown in colour.

Life Cycle: Eggs: The eggs of houseflies are 1-1.2mm long, opal white to cream coloured. Each female can lay about 120 eggs per oviposition every other day under favorable conditions. The eggs hatches into larva after 6-8 hours at 35oC and there are three larval instars. The larvae try to escape light by burrowing into the manure. It takes 3-3.5 days for the development of the egg to pupae depending on nutrition, moisture and temperature. The newly emerged fly is wingless and with in a few hours it stretches wings and develops colour.

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Appearance: The adults are 3-4mm long, creamish white with brown head; soldiers with brown head and large jaws (mandibles).

Life cycle: Queen lays thousands of eggs which are looked after by workers. Most eggs hatch into sterile workers and a few become soldiers and males. During favorable conditions, large numbers of supplementary reproductive swarm to form new colonies. A mature queen can lay thousands of eggs each year. Eggs are tended by worker termites. The nymph hatches directly from the egg. Attendants feed nymphs regurgitated food for the first two weeks, enabling them to grow. They will become workers, soldiers, reproductive s, or supplementary reproductions.

Notes: Often called ‘white ants’, live in colonies consisting of workers, soldiers and king and queen. They construct mud tubes from nest to food source – these tubes are a sure sign of infestation. Large numbers congregate just before the rainy season to swarm – females and males fly off, mate and female then starts a new colony. Feed on dead/decaying wood, and can cause great (unseen) damage if not detected in time.

Size: Up to 1/4 inch (12.7mm)

Color: Pale

Damages: Termites actually eat cellulose material such as wood, paper and cloth, can cause physical damage. Termites often attack wood that is touching or close to soil. Control of subterranean termites is best left in the hands of a professional pest control operator. The application of termites in and around the home- around pipes, wells, and heating ducts-requires experience and the proper tools.

Interesting Facts: The queen can live for up to 10 years.

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Weed control is the botanical component of pest control, using physical and chemical methods to stop weeds from reaching a mature stage of growth when they could be harmful to domesticated plants and livestock. In order to reduce weed growth, many “weed control” strategies have been developed in order to contain the growth and spread of weeds.

The most basic is ploughing which cuts the roots of annual weeds. Today, chemical weed killers known as herbicides are widely used.

The presence of weeds does not necessarily mean that they are competing with a crop, especially during the early stages of growth when each plant can find the resources it requires without interfering with the others. However, as the seedlings’ size increases, their root systems will spread as they each begin to require greater amounts of water and nutrients. Estimates suggest that weed and crop can co-exist harmoniously for around three weeks, therefore it is important that weeds be removed early on in order to prevent competition occurring.

Use of herbicides

However weed control can also be achieved by the use of herbicides. Selective herbicides kill certain targets while leaving the desired crop relatively unharmed. Some of these act by interfering with the growth of the weed and are often based on plant hormones. Herbicides are generally classified as follows;

  • Contact herbicides destroy only that plant tissue in contact with the chemical spray. Generally, these are the fastest acting herbicides. They are ineffective on perennial plants that are able to re-grow from roots or tubers.
  • Systemic herbicides are foliar-applied and are translocated through the plant and destroy a greater amount of the plant tissue. Modern herbicides such as glyphosate are designed to leave no harmful residue in the soil.
  • Soil-borne herbicides are applied to the soil and are taken up by the roots of the target plant.
  • Pre-emergent herbicides are applied to the soil and prevent germination or early growth of weed seeds.

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The lesser grain borer or paddy borer beetle Rhyzopertha dominica Fabr:

The dark brown beetle measuring about 4mm in length has its head bent under the thorax and the posterior abdominal end blunt. Antenna is serrated and three segmented. The grubs develop within kernels or may feed in wood and paper. It is particularly a pest of unhusked paddy becoming serious occasionally. It also attacks wheat.

The cigarette or  beetle Lasioderma serricorne Fb:

The light brown round beetle has its thorax and head bent downwards and this presents a strongly humped appearance to the insects. The elytra have minute hairs on them. Antenna is of uniform thickness. The whitish hairy grubs feed on stored , ginger, turmeric and chillies. The creamy white oval eggs are laid on the surface of stored material and the incubation period is 9-14 days. The larval and pupa period ranges from 17 to 29 days and 2 to 8 days respectively. Redrying of ; fumigation with aluminium phosphide tablets at 20-30 tablets for 28 cu. m. for 96 hours and aeration of for 72 hours; storing at 16°-18°C; fogging with pyrethrum 1% oil mist @ 115ml/28 cu.m or DDVP aerosol @1 to 2 g a.i./28 cu.m once or twice a week are recommended.

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The lesser grain borer or paddy borer beetle Rhyzopertha dominica Fabr:

The dark brown beetle measuring about 4mm in length has its head bent under the thorax and the posterior abdominal end blunt. Antenna is serrated and three segmented. The grubs develop within kernels or may feed in wood and paper. It is particularly a pest of unhusked paddy becoming serious occasionally. It also attacks wheat.

The cigarette or  beetle Lasioderma serricorne Fb:

The light brown round beetle has its thorax and head bent downwards and this presents a strongly humped appearance to the insects. The elytra have minute hairs on them. Antenna is of uniform thickness. The whitish hairy grubs feed on stored , ginger, turmeric and chillies. The creamy white oval eggs are laid on the surface of stored material and the incubation period is 9-14 days. The larval and pupa period ranges from 17 to 29 days and 2 to 8 days respectively. Redrying of ; fumigation with aluminium phosphide tablets at 20-30 tablets for 28 cu. m. for 96 hours and aeration of  for 72 hours; storing at 16°-18°C; fogging with pyrethrum 1% oil mist @ 115ml/28 cu.m or DDVP aerosol @1 to 2 g a.i./28 cu.m once or twice a week are recommended.

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These are insects pests or other pests found living on/in the produce, also hide in protected areas in storage premises, food processing units, equipment etc. none of the insecticidal formulation which may be sprayed in such places will be effective in containing the pests. It is only the fumigant which could penetrate such in accessible spots and eradicate pests, fumigant is a chemical which at required temperature and pressure can exits in gaseous state in sufficient concentration to be lethal to pests. Thus, fumigation is a technique in which an atmosphere containing a lethal gas in the environment of an insect pest or other pest organism is established at a concentration high enough to kill the insect pests or other pests.

Fumigation is generally carried out in airtight enclosures which may be:

  • Temporary enclosure as in cover fumigation,
  • Movable enclosure like cargo containers, road/rail vehicles and barges/ships and
  • Fixed enclosure like fumigation chambers made of different material, storage sheds, godowns and silobins.

Fumigation cannot be carried out unless:

  • The enclosure can be sealed to an adequate standard,
  • Workers and other persons can be excluded from the enclosure and
  • Fumigation can safely be aired from the enclosure after the exposure is complete.

In the recent past export of agricultural products either as raw or processed material has increased from our country. To ensure that quality products are exported or as per the mandatory requirement in trade and quarantine, these are subjected to fumigation treatment.

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