WHITEFLY CONTROL

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Amblyseius swirskii

Available Sizes:
WAS25K – 25,000 mites per bottle
WAS25S – 100 satchets per box with 250 mites per satchet

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Orders must be placed by Wednesday for next Tuesday shipping.

Amblyseius swirskii is a predatory mite that feed on Thrips, Whiteflies, Spider Mites, Tarsonemid Mites, and pollen from the plants.

Delphastus catalinae

Available Sizes:
WDP50 – 50 insects per bottle
WDP1C – 100 insects per bottle

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Delphastus is used to control whiteflies in tropical and semi-tropical plantings as well as commercial vegetable greenhouses. Delphastus avoids feeding on parasitized whiteflies, therefore is compatible with the use of Encarsia spp. and Eretmocerus spp. whitefly parasites. Delphastus also tends to feed in high density whitefly populations, while parasites do best at lower densities of whiteflies.

Encarsia formosa

Available Sizes:
WEF5C – 500 Eggs on Cards
WEF1K – 1,000 Eggs on Cards

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Encarsia formosa is a tiny parasitic wasp that parasitizes whiteflies. It was the first biological control agent developed for use in greenhouses. Encarsia formosa targets whitefly species such as: Greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum); Silverleaf whitefly (Bemesia argentifolia); Sweet potato whitefly (Bemesia tabaci).

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Eretmocerus eremicus

Available Sizes:
WEE3K – 3,000 insects per bottle
WEE10K – 10,000 insects per bottle

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Orders must be placed by Wednesday for next Tuesday shipping.

Eretmocerus is a parasitic wasp adapted to hot, dry climates. Eretmocerus targets Greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum); Sweet potato whitefly (Bemisia tabaci); Silverleaf whitefly (Bemisia argentifoli); Poinsettia whitefly; woolly whitefly; Citrus whitefly; bayberry whitefly. Eretmocerus has proven to be effective when used on Greenhouse tomatoes, cucumber, pepper, eggplant crops, ornamental crops, interiorscapes and landscapes.