Tricho-Gard® – Alliums
|1 million||Tube||Qty||US$ 125.00|
|4 000 pupae (Trichogramma brassicae)||10 cards||Qty||US$ 40.50|
|4 000 pupae (Trichogramma brassicae)||16 capsules||Qty||US$ 60.00|
|4 000 pupae (Trichogramma brassicae)||20 cards||Qty||US$ 81.00|
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- Alliums :
- Chives, etc.
- Cruciferous vegetables :
- Cabbage, etc.
- Ornamental plants
- Cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni)
- Cabbage moth (Plutella xylostella)
- Leek moth (Acrolepiopsis assectella)
- Other species of lepidopteran pests (moth and butterfly)
Tricho-Gard® – Alliaceae is distributed in the form of cards to be placed in the fields. Inside these cards are chrysalises (pupae) of Trichogramma ostrinae. After 5 to 7 days, depending on environmental conditions, adult trichogramma will emerge in the crop. Once emerged, the female trichogramma actively searches for butterfly eggs. Once detected, she lays her own eggs inside them. The trichogramma larva will develop inside the host egg and feed on it, thereby preventing the future generation of the leek moth.
Make sure your cards are securely held by the edges. Use the provided wooden stick to firmly fix them at a height of 10 cm from the ground near the plant. Leave them in place for 3 weeks before replacing them with new cards and storing unused cards in a refrigerator, not exceeding a period of four weeks – no freezing!