Herbicidation/Phytosanitary Treatments

Herbicidation is performed by spraying the solution when the vegetation (weeds) has a height of 10-12 cm and the plants have 3-5 leaves, as the herbicide is absorbed through the leaves. Usually, only herbicides with total action are used. Manual pumps are used for areas less than 500 square meters, and on surfaces exceeding 500 square meters, cold fog spraying is performed with specific machinery. Railroads herbicidation requires the use of a herbicidation device attached on a means of transport of CFR (wagon).

Phytosanitary treatments to fight diseases, pests and phytopathogenic agents (for example: Hyphantria cunea = hairy caterpillar, Pseudomonas syringe = bacterial burn, Cameraria orhidella = mining larva, Mycospharelle maculiformis = anthracnose) are performed depending on the weather by regularly spraying the plant with solutions prepared in different concentrations and combinations of fungicides, insecticides, acaricides, used according to the nature of pests and diseases to be controlled.

The control works consist of treatments to combat executed at the request of beneficiaries and treatments for diseases or pests that can damage existing vegetation along roads, in parks and forests.