Member of Parliament Julien Aubert visited IJRI for a full visit to our research institute. He was welcomed Patrick Pageat, Chairman of the IRSEA Group.
He was able to discover our activities and the many projects that IRSEA has been carrying for many years. Mr. Aubert was very interested in some subjects, including research into the problems of wolf attacks on herds. So we presented the idea of the team, which revolves around a pheromone that would increase the cohesion of the herd and thus reduce the stress of the animals in the event of attacks. They also discussed the topic of the olive fly, a rather crucial project at the territorial level.
Finally, we answered questions about the impact of these products from pheromones on the environment or the consumer. Indeed, the advantage of this route is also a way to leave no residue and to be organic degradable supplement.