|1,000 eggs||Container||Qty||US$ 34.00|
|2,000 eggs on jute ropes||Container||Qty||US$ 62.00|
|500 larvae||Bottle||Qty||US$ 68.00|
|10,000 eggs||Bottle||Qty||US$ 95.00|
|1,000 larvae||Bottle||Qty||US$ 121.00|
|10,000 larvae||Bottle||Qty||US$ 394.00|
|100,000 eggs in bulk||Container||Qty||US$ 430.00|
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- Small caterpillars
Application – Larvae
Green lacewing larvae are mainly used in cultivation of cannabis, vegetable crops (cucumber and peppers), ornamental crops and in interior landscaping. Sprinkle the larvae directly in aphid colonies or in the infested areas. Avoid foliar applications of pesticides. Introduce at regular intervals until controlled. This biological control agent does not establish itself in greenhouses, therefore it will need to be applied continuously as needed.
Note: Ants can attack lacewing larvae.
Application – Eggs
The eggs on jute string can be carefully removed from the container and yarn can be separated. Place strings on the foliage near aphids. Loose eggs can be applied by gently sprinkling across foliage and/or on top of plants.
Chrysoperla carnea thrives in a diverse temperature range, with best performance at 68-82°F (20-28°C). This insect performs even under moderate temperatures of 12°C/54°F.