Rebearth vs. other options

Current methods used in the field, to kill FAW, are more or less harmful to the farmer, the environment, crops and finances

Methods used:

  • Manual removal of eggs, larva and caterpillars
  • Early seeding
  • Chemical pest control
  • Biological pest control, introducing viruses and insects that are natural enemies of the FAW
  • Introducing hybrids that are more resistant to FAW

NEW approach: Rebearth FAW

Rebearth FAW approaches the problem from a different angle. Rebearth supports and stimulates natural plant systems to combat environmental challenges on its own. We give the plant its strength back, to react in its own way, even if the fertilizer situation is poor. This way of working also strengthens the plant to be more resistant to heat, drought, cold, drowning, and many other climatic problems and pests. In many cases it increases crop yield.

Safety of Rebearth

European Union Rebearth is absolutely harmless, safe & effective. In the EU it is admitted in organic farming. The use of Rebearth in conventional and biological agricultural practices in Europe is authorised under Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 and by article 21.2 of Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007. Rebearth is also in accordance with Council Directive 98/83/EC dated 3 November 1998, which forms part of Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 and Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007.

In Kenya, KEBS (Kenyan Bureau of standards) has approved the product to be used in agriculture. 

Rebearth Material Data Safety Sheet: