|Encarsia (2500 wasps) + Eretmocerus (2500 wasps)||50 capsules||Qty||US$ 90.00|
|5,000 pupae||50 cards||Qty||US$ 98.00|
|15,000 individuals (bulk)||Container||Qty||US$ 241.00|
|15 000 pupae||150 capsules||Qty||US$ 325.00|
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- Vegetable crops:
- Tomatoes, etc
- Small fruits :
- Ornemental crops
- Greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporarium)
- Sweetpotato whitefly (B. tabaci)
- Silverleaf whitefly (Bemisia argentifolii)
- Bandedwinged whitefly (T. abutlonea)
For optimum efficiency, the average greenhouse temperature over 24 hours should be at least 20°C (68°F). Eretmocerus eremicus remains active at temperatures above 30°C (86°F). To ensure a successful eradication of whiteflies, it is important to keep in mind that Eretmocerus eremicus pupae must not be touched and should only be released into areas out of direct sunlight. The release rate should vary between 1-10 per m² depending on the climate, crop grown and density levels of whiteflies. For maximal efficiency, three separate releases over weekly intervals are recommended when temperatures exceed 20°C (68°F). When greenhouse temperature rises above 30°C (86°F) activity remains viable within the environment.
For best performance, disperse Eretmocerus eremicus immediately upon receipt. If it cannot be dispersed immediately, it should be stored within 1-2 days of receipt, protected from light and at temperatures between 8-10°C (47-50°F).
These conditions are necessary to ensure its development and its egg production potential at ideal temperatures of 25 to 29°C.