Implementing BioSecurity in 9 steps

Preparing your greenhouse and equipment for the next crop. In order to reduce the risk of transmission of infectious diseases in crop, cleaning the greenhouse carefully, and therefore BioSecurity, is essential. In the video below, veterinary pharmaceutical company Vetoquinol Canada shows how to implement BioSecurity in a greenhouse operation in 9 steps:

Step 1: Dry Cleaning
Step 2: Water Lines
Step 3: Cleaning
Step 4: Tray/Cart Washer
Step 5: Disinfection
Step 6: Fogging
Step 7: Insect Control
Step 8: Rodent Control
Step 9: Visitor Control

For more information
Vetoquinol SA
BP 189
70204 Lure cedex

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