The following techniques are available, arranged with the least radical first:

Biological control by preserving natural enemies of the parasites and actively using them.

Mechanical control by weeding and destroying affected plants.

Physical control, for example by burning prunings in pear orchards to combat fire blight and using membranes to suppress weeds.

Biotechnical control, for example by luring insects away with light traps or insect traps.

Chemical control by keeping the use of pesticides and herbicides to the absolute minimum. In addition, we also select the products least harmful to people and the natural enemies of the parasites. We ensure that the product chosen only tackles the problem and leaves minimal traces, and environmental contamination is avoided.