Naturally against pests
The “good ones” eat the “baddies”, i.e. natural beneficial organisms eat the vermin that try to attack our plants. We also often use so-called mating disruption. This involves spreading a special scent to attract the males. They don’t find females, however, thus the reproduction will be reduced. The populations of beneficial insects such as bees and spiders therefore remain intact. Regarding fertilizers, we use organic material as far as is possible. For example the stems of harvested banana trees or the foliage left over from cutting our orange and mandarin trees. Using sensors, we calculate the amount of minerals the soil and plants need so they can grow optimally and, at the same time, in a way that conserves resources. In short: We try to do everything we do in such a way that it is good for the planet and we can be proud of.