Beneficial Insects-Fungus Gnat Control
Beneficial Insects-Fungus Gnat Control
C$45.82 CAD

Beneficial Insects-Fungus Gnat Control

CAD 45.82 Excl. tax

Mite predators are important in integrated management of mites, specifically in complex crop systems where the demand for organic and pesticide-free crops is rising.

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  • Size : Nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) 25M
    Size : Nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) 25M
  • Size : Nematodes (Steinernema Feltiae) 10M
    Size : Nematodes (Steinernema Feltiae) 10M
  • Size : Gaeolaelaps Gillespie 25K mites 1L bottle
    Size : Gaeolaelaps Gillespie 25K mites 1L bottle
  • Size : Nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) 5M
    Size : Nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) 5M
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  • Several kinds of mite predators occur in nature that can regulate mite populations.
  • The fundamentals of a biocontrol program are to precisely recognize the pest and to find efficient predators using their life table parameters, foraging behavior, and trophic interactions. 
  • The damp, moist environment in greenhouses favor both fungus gnats and shoreflies.
  • Fungus gnat larvae are translucent, white and legless, about 1/4 inch long when mature and have a shiny black head.
  • Sentry and Gaeolaelaps Gillespie are some of the beneficial insects available to help rid crops of fungus gnats.


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