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30NC1K
Amblyforce C, cucumeris NC1K mini sachet/sticks 1000/cs
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30NC2K
Amblyforce C, cucumeris NC2K mini sachet/sticks 2000/cs
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30NC5T
Amblyforce C, cucumeris NC5T mini sachet/sticks 500/cs
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30NCBG
Amblyline cu A. cucumeris 250K 5 Liter bag Bran/Verm BI NCBG
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Amblyseius (=Neoseiulus) cucumeris, the thrips predatory mite, are useful for the prevention, control, and management of various thrips species. Like most of the Amblyseius spp., A. cucumeris are tough, flexible predators. These happen to prefer thrips, mostly the immature thrips stages. A. cucumeris are shipped as adults, immatures and eggs (the latter are not part of the guaranteed count) in a bran-flake/vermiculite carrier along with a food source, the mold mite (Tyrophagus putrescentiae). This mold mite is merely a sustainable food source for the predatory mites while they're in transit.
Some of the species they can devour include: the western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis); the flower thrips or eastern flower thrips (F. tritici); the onion thrips (Thrips tabaci); the greenhouse thrips (Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis); and possibly the melon thrips (Thrips palmi), too. Other pests which can be impacted by these predators include cyclamen mites (Phtyodromus =Steneotarsonemus pallidus), broad mites (Polyphagotarsenomus =Hemitarsonemus latus) and, to a slight degree, tomato russet mite (Aculops lycopersici). And, as Amblyseius spp., these predators may eat other pests as well.
30NCB
Amblyline cu A. cucumeris 50K 1 liter tube BI NCB
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Amblyseius (=Neoseiulus) cucumeris, the thrips predatory mite, are useful for the prevention, control, and management of various thrips species. Like most of the Amblyseius spp., A. cucumeris are tough, flexible predators. These happen to prefer thrips, mostly the immature thrips stages. A. cucumeris are shipped as adults, immatures and eggs (the latter are not part of the guaranteed count) in a bran-flake/vermiculite carrier along with a food source, the mold mite (Tyrophagus putrescentiae). This mold mite is merely a sustainable food source for the predatory mites while they're in transit.
Some of the species they can devour include: the western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis); the flower thrips or eastern flower thrips (F. tritici); the onion thrips (Thrips tabaci); the greenhouse thrips (Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis); and possibly the melon thrips (Thrips palmi), too. Other pests which can be impacted by these predators include cyclamen mites (Phtyodromus =Steneotarsonemus pallidus), broad mites (Polyphagotarsenomus =Hemitarsonemus latus) and, to a slight degree, tomato russet mite (Aculops lycopersici). And, as Amblyseius spp., these predators may eat other pests as well.
30AN2
Anderline aa A. andersoni 125K 5 liter bag BI AN2
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30AN4
Anderline aa A. andersoni 200 Mini Sachets BI AN4
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30AN1
Anderline aa A. andersoni 25K 1 liter tube BI AN1
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30AN3
Anderline aa A. andersoni 25K Gemini Sachet 100x250mites BI
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30AB25
Aphelinus abdominalis 250 30 ml vial BI AB25
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30AA1P
Aphidoline a Aphidioletes 1K 4x250 Blister Pack BI AA1P
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30AA1B
Aphidoline a Aphidioletes 1K 500 ml bottle BI AA1B
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30AMX1
Aphiline ACE abdominali colemani ervi 500 mix BI AMX1
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30AC10
Aphiline c A. colemani 1K 30 ml vial BI AC10
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30AC5
Aphiline c A. colemani 500 30 ml vial BI AC5
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30AC50
Aphiline c A. colemani 5K 250 ml bottle BI AC50
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30ACE5
Aphiline ce A colemani/ervi 500 50/50 mix BI ACE5
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30AE1K
Aphiline e A. ervi 1000 4oz bottle BI AE1K
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30AE25
Aphiline e A. ervi 250 125 ml bottle BI AE25
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Aphidius ervi is shipped as mummies (expect to see some hatched adults on arrival), and is an excellent parasite of potato aphid (Macrosiphum euphorbiae), foxglove aphid (Aulacorthum solani) and the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum). A strong flier, it can locate small aphid colonies, making it excellent for preventive applications. Capable of parasitizing hundreds of aphids, it can be used for curative applications, but should be used in conjunction with aphid predators such as green lacewings.
30AE50
Aphiline e A. ervi 500 4oz bottle BI AE50
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UM: EA
30CR10
Chrysoperla rufilabris larvae 1000/pint bottle BI LWB
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Green lacewing (scientifically known as Chrysoperla rufilabris) is widely used in various situations to control many different pests. Many species of adult lacewings do not kill pest insects, they actually subsist on foods such as nectar, pollen and honeydew. It's their predacious offspring that get the job done. If you're looking for effective aphid control, green lacewing larva should help do the trick.
Lacewing larvae are sold in bottles of 1,000 or 6x8 inch hexcel rearing frames containing at least 400 larvae. Both containers have a limited supply of food, so the larvae must be used as soon as possible. Lacewing larvae are safe to humans and animals, but vigorously attack their prey. They are ideal for aphid control as each lacewing larva can devour 200 or more pests or pest eggs during the two- to three-week larval stage.
30CR4
Chrysoperla rufilabris larvae 400 hex cell BI LWFR
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Green lacewing (scientifically known as Chrysoperla rufilabris) is widely used in various situations to control many different pests. Many species of adult lacewings do not kill pest insects, they actually subsist on foods such as nectar, pollen and honeydew. It's their predacious offspring that get the job done. If you're looking for effective aphid control, green lacewing larva should help do the trick.
Lacewing larvae are sold in bottles of 1,000 or 6x8 inch hexcel rearing frames containing at least 400 larvae. Both containers have a limited supply of food, so the larvae must be used as soon as possible. Lacewing larvae are safe to humans and animals, but vigorously attack their prey. They are ideal for aphid control as each lacewing larva can devour 200 or more pests or pest eggs during the two- to three-week larval stage.
30CM1
Cryptolaemus montrouzieri 100 (adults) Crypts BI CR1
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30CM2
Cryptolaemus montrouzieri 250 (adults) Crypts BI CR25
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30CM5
Cryptolaemus montrouzieri 500 (adults) Crypts BI CR50
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UM: PKG
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30DI25
Digiline I Diglyphus isaea 250 30 ml vial BI DI25
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30EF15
Encarline f Encarsia 15K 60 cards/250 BI EF15
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30EF3
Encarline f Encarsia 3K 30 cards/100 BI EF3
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30EF6
Encarline f Encarsia 6K 60 cards/100 BI EF6
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30EE10
Encarline/Eretline E. formosa E. eremicus 10K 40/250 blis BI
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30EPHA
Ephestia kuehniella, BCA food source, 5gm BI EPHA
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Beneficial Insectary produces the moth Ephestia kuehniella at our production facility in Guelph, Ontario (Canada) for the production of Trichogramma.
Ephestia eggs are available for sale. Frozen eggs are used worldwide for the production of other beneficial insects such as Orius spp. and Macrolophus spp.
30EE3
Eretline e Eretmocerus eremicus 3K 60X50/card BI EE3
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30EE5
Eretline e Eretmocerus eremicus 5K 20 blister/250 BI
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30C250
Exhibitline sc Steinernema carpocapsae 250M BI EXC1
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30EXF2
Exhibitline sf Steinernema feltiae 250M 5x50M BI EXF2
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30SSBG
Hypoline m H. miles 125K mites BI SSBG
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30SS25
Hypoline m H. miles 25K 1 liter tube BI SS25
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30NF10
Neoseiulus fallacis 10,000/btl all stages BI NF10
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UM: EA
30NF1
Neoseiulus fallacis 1000/btl all stages BI NF1
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UM: EA
30NF2
Neoseiulus fallacis 2000/btl all stages BI NF2
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UM: EA
30NF25
Neoseiulus fallacis 25,000/btl all stages BI NF25
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UM: EA
30NF5
Neoseiulus fallacis 5000/btl all stages BI NF5
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UM: EA
30OIM
Oriline I Orius insidiosus 1K 250ml bottle BI OIM
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Orius insidiosus, also called the minute pirate bug, is an aggressive thrips predator - possibly the most effective. It attacks and kills all mobile stages of thrips, including adult thrips. Orius is a true bug, which means it has a long rostrum (feeding tube). It uses its rostrum to pierce its prey, and drain the contents, killing the pest.
A 'generalist' predator, Orius feeds on many pest species, such as mites, aphids and moth eggs for food. It will control thrips, and helps in the control of the other pest species.
30OI5
Oriline I Orius insidiosus 500 250ml bottle BI OI5
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Orius insidiosus, also called the minute pirate bug, is an aggressive thrips predator - possibly the most effective. It attacks and kills all mobile stages of thrips, including adult thrips. Orius is a true bug, which means it has a long rostrum (feeding tube). It uses its rostrum to pierce its prey, and drain the contents, killing the pest.
A 'generalist' predator, Orius feeds on many pest species, such as mites, aphids and moth eggs for food. It will control thrips, and helps in the control of the other pest species.
30PP20
Phytoline p Phytoseiulus persimilis 20K 500ml bottle BI
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30PPV2
Phytoline p Phytoseiulus persimilis 2K 30 ml vial BI
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30PPM2
Phytoline p Phytoseiulus persimilis 2K 500 ml bottle BI
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30DC30
Staphyline Atheta coriaria 3K 5 liter bag BI DC30
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30DC5
Staphyline Atheta coriaria 500/pint beetles BI DC5
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30F250
Steinernema feltiae 250Mil 1x250Mil BI F250
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30F50
Steinernema feltiae 50Mil 1x50Mil BI F50
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30ASB
Swirskiline as A. swirskii 25K 1 liter tube BI ASB
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30ASG
Swirskiline as A. swirskii 500 Gemini sachets BI ASG
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30TRH
Trichogramma mix pupae 100,000/card BI TRH
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30TPH
Trichogramma pretiosum pupae 100,000/card BI TPH
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Trichogramma are essential for controlling moth species which affect agricultural plants at some point during the growing season. Moths are adult insects that usually feed on nectar produced by plants and honeydew produced by certain insects. Moths do not attack plants, but serve only to lay their eggs that eventually hatch into caterpillars, the juvenile form of Lepidoptera. These are the primary forms that damage plants by feeding on the fruits or foliage. Examples of such caterpillars include corn earworms, cabbage loopers, codling moth caterpillars, and navel orangeworms, to name a few.
We produce Trichogramma on Ephestia kuehniella. Parasitized moth eggs are black in color.
30URB
Universal Release Boxes 50/BG BI URB
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30WH
Wheast (lacewing food) 1LB BI WH
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