Since 1998, Anadiag Hellas is providing services for plant protection products, biostimulants and fertilisers, according to the guidelines of EPPO (European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization), C.E.B (Commision des Essais Biologiques) and national requirements. In 2002 it obtained GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) certification from the Ministry of Agricultural Development and Foods. In 2004 it was certified as GEP (Good Experimental Practice) unit and carries out studies and field trials according to GLP and GEP regulations. In 2014 it was recognised as GLP unit for ecotoxicity trials on pollinators (honeybees, bumblebees) and other beneficial organisms.
Anadiag Hellas provides field trials, efficacy and residue studies, ecotoxicity trials according to GLP and GEP. Its technical personnel is highly qualified and experienced. It accepts undegraguate agronomy students every year for their specific training.
Anadiag Hellas has fully equiped laboratories of entomology, phytopathology and a fruit quality control department. Recently, it is developing a nematology laboratory.
The services that we provide in Greece include:
- Field trials to determine the efficacy and the optimal positioning of plant protection products (PPP).
- Laboratory and semi-field ecotoxicity trials for PPP effects on honeybees and bumblebees.
- Residue trials for PPPs.
Anadiag Hellas has set up 3 field stations in Greece:
- The main field station, that also houses the headquarters of the company, is based in Veria at Northern Greece (at a distance of 70 Km from the Macedonia airport of Thessaloniki). It is one of the most important agricultural areas in Greece.
- The Crete field station is based in Heraklion (at a distance of 5 Km from the N. Kazantzakis airport). Crete is a key area for greenhouse crops in Greece.
- The Peloponnese field station is based in Amaliada, Ilia, at the heart of the larger agricultural zone of Peloponnese.
By having access to these 3 key areas for Greece, ANADIAG HELLAS has the possibility to set up trials in all the major crops of Greece, covering a wide spectrum of pest and diseases. At the same time, the Crete and Peloponnese field stations offer the opportunity to extend the period available for experimentation even throughout winter in glasshouse crops.