Babolna Bioenvironmental Centre Ltd. – Hungary 

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Babolna Bio is among the industry leaders in the development, production and bringing into general use of pesticide-free insect traps, insect pheromones, pheromone traps. Their goal is to manufacture and supply the customers with up-to-date and bio enviro-friendly products both for the professional pest control industry and for the amateur market. In addition to the traditional pest control activity, the company has become highly experienced in the production of rodenticides, insecticides, insecticide-free products, ectoparasiticides, aerosols and household cleaning products.

The objective of Babolna Bio is to ensure a pest-free, clean environment for humans and companion animals always using the most up-to-date and environmentally safe materials and methods.

The company’s main activity area is public health and household pest control. Babolna Bio wishes to introduce a more versatile, effective and safe solution in the stored grain protection market, as in Hungary and the neighboring countries (Central and Eastern Europe), at least 90 % of grain protection is performed by fumigation with highly poisonous fumigants. 


Maxiline is part of the novIGRain team : European Union’s 2020 research and innovation programme

Coordinator of the project.

Babolna Bio novIGRAin : European Union’s 2020 research and innovation programme

In charge of the development of the new ULV-larvicide product.

Sojam novIGRAin : European Union’s 2020 research and innovation programme

In charge of the development of the new application technology.

In charge of assessing insect resistance in grain storage management.

In charge of the overall impact assessment (the economic and social impact).

In charge of the product validation (toxicology and ecotoxicology).

 In charge of the support of the testing and validation of the ULV-larvicide product.

In charge of the ecological Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).

In charge of the support of the development of both the product and the technology.


Dr Manoj Nayak

Dr Manoj Nayak is a Principal Research Entomologist and Leader of the Post-harvest Grain Protection Team of Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Christos Athanassiou

Christos Athanassiou is a Professor of Entomology, at the University of Thessaly, Greece, since 2010.

emanuele mazzoni

Emanuele Mazzoni is an Associate Professor in General and Applied Entomology (SSD AGR/11) in the Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.