|Small sachet 250/2,500 on sticks||100 sachets||Qty||US$ 84.75|
|Small sachet 250/2,500 on hooks||100 sachets||Qty||US$ 84.75|
|25,000 individuals||Tube||Qty||US$ 115.75|
|50,000 individuals||Tube||Qty||US$ 151.75|
|Small sachet 250/2,500 on sticks||250 sachets||Qty||US$ 151.75|
|Small sachet 250/2,500 on hooks||250 sachets||Qty||US$ 151.75|
|Small sachet 250/2,500 on sticks||500 sachets||Qty||US$ 277.75|
|Small sachet 250/2,500 on hooks||500 sachets||Qty||US$ 277.75|
|Add products to the cart|
Technical sheetDOWNLOAD IT NOW!
Get easy access to all the information on this product by consulting its technical data sheet.
- Ornamentals :
- Tropicals, etc.
- Potted beauties
- Hibiscus flowers,
- Vegetables :
- Small fruits :
- Spider mites
Amblyseius swirskii can be applied loose in bulk or in sachets. For loose application, be sure to rotate the bottle gently to mix the mites and substrate carrier prior to opening the bottle, then sprinkle the equivalent of 1 tsp onto plants. Distribute all mites as evenly as possible.
Slow release sachets are water-resistant and contain a mixture of predatory mites, substrate carrier (bran), and flour mites. This allows the sachet to act as breeding pouch that gradually produces predatory mites for 4 to 6 weeks, depending on environmental conditions. Begin introducing the sachets once you receive plants or once they have been planted. Sachets are light sensitive, therefore it is important to position them within the plant foliage out of direct light. Improper application can reduce the longevity of the sachets.
To ensure the best quality of your products, make sure to store them in a cool environment (12-14°C or 54-57°F) for no longer than 1 to 2 days. Additionally, avoid exposure from light sources and maintain adequate ventilation when storing.