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- Market garden crops:
- Tomatoes, etc.
- Ornamental plants:
- Tropicals and semi-tropicals
- Moth eggs
- Spider mite
To combat whitefly infestations, we propose releasing groups of 100 adults into targeted areas or the addition of a weekly supply of frozen moth eggs to feed these adult populations. To reproduce, Dicyphus requires a plentiful food source – ideally over one hundred prey. As this predator mainly obtains its water supply from plant feeding and can persist without sustenance for an extended time period, releases should only occur in locations where pests have been identified or extra nourishment is being provided.
Mullein banker plants offer the dual benefit of increasing beneficial insect populations and providing an effective method for early detection of crop-damaging pests.
Upon receipt of product, remove from shipping packaging and use immediately or store in a refrigerated area 5 °C (40 °F).
Store for a maximum of 6 weeks.