Phytosanitary Treatments

Experts in Pests Control

Gimasur Phytosanitary treatments in Granada, Malaga, Cordoba, Jaén and Seville

Phytosanitary treatments aim to prevent any type of pests that may suffer plants and trees, as well as eradicate any disease or eliminate any inconvenience they may cause.

Such chemicals have insecticide, nematicide, fungicide and herbicide function. Protecting any tree (such as palm trees, pines, elms…), stored products (seeds, grain, nuts…), including soil disinfection (Agrocelhone). So it is very important to know the causes and know how and when phytosanitary treatments should be performed to prevent a whole crop from being ruined or killing a tree in a matter of months.

In Gimasur Ambiental,S.L. we are registered in the Official Register of Producers and Operators of Phytosanitary Defense Media (ROPO) with registration number 18/429. Complying with all applicable regulations:

  • Royal Decree 1311/2013 of 14 September, which establishes the framework for action to achieve sustainable use of plant protection products;
  • Royal Decree 3349/1983 of 30 November approving the Technical-Health Regulations for the Manufacture, Marketing and Use of Pesticides;
  • Royal Decree 162-1991, of February 8 and Royal Decree 443/1994, of March 11, amending the Technical-Health Regulations for the manufacture, marketing and use of pesticides.

This inscription allows us to use any type of phytosanitary defense medium, including phytosanitary media that are or generate gases (using fumigants such as phosphine, aluminium or magnesium phosphide, dichloropropon, chloropicrin) and those classified as toxic, highly toxic or deadly (WRC),allowing us to treat any type of crop and threat they may suffer. Do not use methyl bromide in any treatment.

We have expert personnel in phytosanitary treatments, with professional user card qualified level and fumigator (mandatory to perform fumigations), who can help you solve the problem, as well as advise you on when and how to act on these threats.

In the case of soil and soil disinfection with 1.3 Dichloropropene and/or Chloropicrin in zucchini crops, pumpkin, cucumber, melon, watermelon, pepper, tomato, eggplant, bean, carrot, leek, sweet potato, rábano, artichoke, broccoli, lettuce, ornamentals, potato, strawberry, vine, raspberry, blackberry and cut flower and is soon expected for asparagus, prior to planting, transplantation or planting and within the Integrated Control strategy of the Specific Regulations.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Gimasur phytosanitary control


  • Moles or topillos
  • Rodents (rats or mice)
  • Stored Product Insects (IPA’s)
  • Red Palm Picudo (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus)
  • Elm Galeruca
  • Poplar piercing caterpillar (Sesia apiformis)
  • Poplar Drill (Paranthrene tabaniformis)
  • Pine Processionary (Thaumetopoea pityocampa )
  • Oak Processionary (Thaumetopoea processionea)
  • Great Pine Barrenillo (Ips sexdentatus)
  • Wild Pine Sweeper (Ips acuminatus)
  • Pine Longicornio (Monochamus galloprovincialis)
  • Pine Sprout Moth (Rhyacionia buoliana)
  • Hairy Holm oak lizard (Lymantria dispar)
  • Nematodes
  • Soil mushrooms
  • Bacteria
  • Weed seeds, etc.

To perform such phytosanitary treatments, at Gimasur we follow these steps:

  • Know the vegetation to be treated, what kind of need it has (possible diseases and pests) and how to treat it.
  • If possible, it will start to be treated in advance to reduce any possible damage.
  • If no pre-damage treatments have been performed, such damage should be detected and why they have arisen, determining what type of pest is affecting you and its incidence.
  • Decide whether to perform plant phytosanitary treatment.
  • In case of having to use a phytosanitary product for the realization of treatment, it will be chosen in more effective and efficient possible, as well as the appropriate method of application according to the type of plant, product and harmful agent.
  • Finally, it will be decided the best time to perform the treatment taking into account the state in which the plant is located, the harmful agent that attacks it and the climatic conditions.



Avenida Los Ángeles, 19, 1G
18300 Loja (Granada)



(+34) 958 07 44 44
(+34) 622 951 855



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