Leading innovator in pheromone R&D and pest control system

We’ve devoted years of research and on-site trials that aim to bring about an environmental friendly, cost-effective, and easy-to-use pest management system.

What is Integrated Pest Management?

Integrated Pest Management:
FAO defines IPM as “the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment.”​

Why is it important?
Improving agricultural production faces a dilemma: we’re sacrificing environmental health to unsustainably increase yields, resulting in ever-increasing chemical contamination to the soils and crops. IPM aims to minimize the use of harmful chemicals while increasing yields to meet the demand of the Earth’s fast-growing population.



Creating values for all stakeholders in the agricultural ecosystem.

 Environmentally sustainable

Our toxic-free pheromone active ingredient minimizes the use of chemical pesticide, leading to a healthier ecosystem.

Cost effective

Our years of research allow us to synthesize pheromone with cost and production advantage, as we believe an effective pest control system must also be affordable to the end-users.

Easy to use

Our lineup of pest control devices are easy to set up and operate, empowering the end-users to grow food more efficiently and sustainably.

 Extensive insect database

Building on our current expertise in effective pheromone synthesis for more than 10 commonly spotted pests, we continue to extrapolate and acquire new knowledge in chemical composition and behavior for other insects.

What is pheromone and its place in IPM?

What is pheromone?
Pheromones are chemical signals released by an organism​ that influence the behavior of another. Pheromones are often involved in the mating behavior between males and females in which the chemical serves as an attractant for one of the sexes.

Uses of pheromones in IPM
· Detection & Monitoring
· Mass trapping & annihilation
· Mating Disruption


Magic is in the air?! No, really, it’s science!
With the use of our pheromone-based pest control devices, we are able to monitor and disrupt the mating behavior of the insects, and thereby minimizing the use of chemical pesticides and indirectly reducing the crop damages caused by the pests.