|500 adults||110 ml bottle||Qty||US$ 40.00|
|1,000 adults||150 ml bottle||Qty||US$ 61.00|
|5,000 adults||Bag||Qty||US$ 154.00|
|10,000 adults||Bag||Qty||US$ 300.00|
|100,000 adults||Bag||Qty||US$ 2,611.00|
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- Vegetable crops:
- Peppers, etc
- Small fruits :
- Blackberries, etc.
- Fruit trees :
- Ornemental crops
- Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urtica)
- Spruce spider mite (Oligonychus ununguis)
- European red mite (Panonychus ulmi)
- McDaniel spider mite (Tetranychus mcdanieli)
- Broad mite (Polyphagotarsonemus latus)
- Tomato Russet Mite (Aculops lycopersici)
Neoseiulus fallacis is very effective in greenhouse environments because of its ability to with stand temperature fluctuations. This predator can also be used in other types of crops where pest mites are present (strawberries, raspberries, orchards, soy, hops etc.). Used preventively, it can maintain its presence during the crop cycle. It is recommended to introduce these predatory mites as a preventative measure or at the first signs of pests.
In fields, the first introduction should be made after the last spring frost. Further introductions should be done at the end of the day when the weather conditions are favorable. Try to avoid applications during heavy rainfall, extreme heat, or high winds.
Neoseiulus fallacis should be applied as soon as possible. If needed, packages can be kept at 10-15°C, out of direct sunlight, for 1-2 days. Storage for longer periods of time will likely reduce the predator’s quality and egg production.
Neoseiulus fallacis should be applied as soon as possible. If needed, packages can be kept at 10-15°C, out of direct sunlight, for 1-2 days. Storage for longer periods of time will likely reduce the predator’s quality and egg production. Outdoors adult females enter diapause when the days become shorter (less than 14 hours of light). They will not enter diapause indoors or in greenhouses, as long as temperatures remain above 18°C.