Branches and cultures where herbicides are not allowed / desired

BioMant is the most effective weed control method anywhere where the use of herbicides is not allowed or is not desired:

Whether a large parking lot or market square, curb, traffic island or pedestrian and bicycle paths along country roads, in parks or cemeteries – depending on the size of the area BioMant-Compact, -ONE or -TWO are excellently suited for weed removal.

The BioMant-Compact is ideal for small areas such as driveways in front of private garages. The BioMant-Compact with a tank and emergency power generator or the BioMant-ONE or -TWO can be used to maintain large parks and cemteries.

BioMant in use

Depending on the size of the area, the BioMant-Compact with a tank and emergency power generator or a BioMant-ONE or -TWO are suitable.

The BioMant-Agro models were optimized specially for use on large row crops which allows for effective weed control along and in the rows with side booms and a flexible shielded sprayer. Agricultural spray shield systems for full-surface weed control are also available.

BioMant in use

With the BioMant hot water technique, even invasive plants can be combated without the use of chemicals. Think of Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica), Ambrosia (Ambrosia artemisiifolia)) and Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum). With repeated treatment, the plant will weaken so much, that it will soon die off completely.

Japanese Knotweed Giant Hogweed

With BioMant, oak processionary moths can be fought without chemicals. The hote water not only kills the caterpillars, but also makes their stinging hair harmless.

The oak processionary moth is becoming more and more dangerous for people. The hairs of the caterpillar can cause allergies and an unsightly rash on contact. Combating the moth is therefore essential so as to stop them multiplying.

The oak processionary moth can be dealt with with the BioMant hot water devices and a telescopic lance.

The nests are treated with the hot water. The nests are scalded and the high temperatures destroy the stinging hairs and render them harmless. The nest can then be removed safely.