About Microsys Co. Ltd

“Mikrosis Co. “Ltd. was founded in 2003. In the beginning the company was mainly oriented to the production and distribution of electronic equipment to combat pests, under the brands “Pest-X-Repel” and “Mouse Cleaner” in close cooperation with the company “Invest Electronics” LTD. In 2005. takes up the distribution of household water meters, production of “BONEGA”, Czech Republic. Since 2010 is the official representative for Bulgaria of “TFA Dostmann GmbH & Co.” KG, Germany, a leading manufacturer of professional and household thermometers, hygrometers, barometers. In 2012. became an official representative for Bulgaria of “BROS”, Poland, specializing in the production of repellents, traps and poisons under the brand BROS and extensive and well selected range of high quality fertilizers BIOPON. And 2013 is the official representative for Bulgaria of “SWISSINNO SOLUTIONS”, Switzerland, a leading manufacturer of traps and other devices for protection against pests.

Strategic directions:

Thermometers, barometers, hydrometer, clocks and other electronic devices
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How to Keep Animals Out of Your Vegetable Garden

Between insects, harmful microorganisms, adverse weather, and rodents and other small animals, protecting a vegetable garden from damage and decay can be a challenging process. In particular, animals such as rabbits, deer, and moles can quickly devour large amounts of your garden’s bounty. Fortunately, there are several simple, humane steps you can take to help you keep animals out of your vegetable garden. The steps below can be applied in conjunction or singularly.

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