Urban green spaces and landscaping


Green space management

Biological Control consists of the introduction of living organisms to reduce the population of the pest species to be treated, seeking continuous control without altering the ecosystem.
This technique has been routinely carried out for the control of a wide variety of organisms, including the release of parasites, predators and even pathogens, for the reduction of populations of target pest species.

Opennatur technicians specialized in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), make regular visits to the affected areas, developing effective strategies to combat the different pest species and control their populations so that they do not cause any damage or harm to citizens and ornamental species.

As a natural control method, pest insects cannot generate any resistance against them.


Islands of Biodiversity

Islands of biodiversity and useful fauna are green roofs for more sustainable cities and gardens. The correct design and implementation of these islands favor the increase of functional biodiversity and act as phytosanitary barriers with minimal management and contribute to the improvement of the landscape.

From OpenNatur, we provide different seed mixtures of native flora with the capacity to host auxiliary fauna, in order to increase plant biodiversity in the agricultural and ornamental environment.


Auxiliary Wildlife Refuges

Winter shelters for auxiliary fauna for urban green spaces are constructions that help in the biological fight against aphids, cotonet, psila... they can be easily integrated in the city, traffic circles, gardens and green spaces.

In this way, it is possible to maintain a garden or green area of up to 400-500 m² without the use of phytosanitary products.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits?

  • Reduction of the use of phytosanitary products in cities
  • Use of natural predators to control pests
  • Creation of biodiversity islands