Already indicated, phytosanitary product will be injected into the trunk of the tree, so the contact will be total and direct, with optimal use of the introduced fluid. By not spraying, there will be practically no environmental pollution without negative repercussions. Neither for the environment, nor for the soil or water, because we are going to avoid applications such
as nebulization or atomization. The risk for both the applicator and the surrounding fauna and flora is practically non-existent. The water consumption e commerce photo editing involved in this technique is practically nil. Correct endotherapy systems can combat both pests and fungal diseases. On many occasions, the appearance of resistance to phytosanitary products is avoided due to their prolonged efficacy and the non-indiscriminate use of treatments. What pests and/or diseases can be treated with this technique? There are numerous pests that can be controlled by endotherapy. Among the most important for the damage they cause we can mention: pine processionary.
As we already told in its day, by themselves they do not usually destroy the pine, but the weakening caused can be such that it favors the appearance of other pests. The latter can lead to the drying of the tree. Red palm weevil. Due to the format of the tree, its high price and the aggressiveness of the weevil, endotherapy systems are postulated as a good control technique, which if it is not effective by itself, can be combined with others. Aphids and mealybugs. Insecticides and acaricides can be injected, such as abamectin, to control these globose insects