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53-120400
NC Beneficial Insect Food 8OZ Ready to use-just add water
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
53-120215
NC Caterpillar Parasites 3000 (Trichogramma species)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Amazing Caterpillar Parasites (Trichogramma species) control over 200 species of Caterpillars, making them the most popular bio-control in the world. They're so tiny (1/50" from wingtip to wingtip) you probably won't even see them. They work by laying their eggs inside moth or butterfly eggs so that, instead of a new generation of Caterpillars, another Parasite generation hatches out and goes on to repeat the cycle.

Application: For best results, Parasites should be released when Pest Moths or their Caterpillars are first seen, and further releases continued weekly or bi-weekly until Caterpillars are no longer present. Use 5,000 - 25,000 per acre, depending on the level of infestation. Caterpillar Parasites come as eggs ready to hatch. 5,000 eggs glued to a small piece of cardboard. Placed around the garden, they'll hatch and breed from there.
53-120210
NC Green Lacewings 1000/CARD (Chrysopa rufilabris)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
For use against Aphids, Thrips, Mealybugs and Whiteflies. Looking like tiny alligators, Lacewing larvae (Chrysopa rufilabris) voraciously attack almost any prey they can grab. They inject a paralyzing venom and suck the body fluids from the helpless insect victim.
Green Lacewings are available as eggs in a cup, eggs glued to cards which are hung from foliage, or as pre-hatched ready to go larvae.

Application: Eggs and larvae can be hand sprinkled almost anywhere because Lacewings search up to 100 feet for their first meal. Lacewing eggs may be refrigerated for a few days at 38-45 F. to delay hatching, but be careful not to freeze them. Typical egg release rates range from 5000 - 50,000 eggs per acre, depending on infestation levels. Typical larvae release rates range from 1000-5000 per acre. Repeated releases every 2-4 weeks may be necessary in severe or heavy infestations.
53-120212
NC Green Lacewings 167/CARD 5000/ORDER Chrysopa rufilabris
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
For use against Aphids, Thrips, Mealybugs and Whiteflies. Looking like tiny alligators, Lacewing larvae (Chrysopa rufilabris) voraciously attack almost any prey they can grab. They inject a paralyzing venom and suck the body fluids from the helpless insect victim.
Green Lacewings are available as eggs in a cup, eggs glued to cards which are hung from foliage, or as pre-hatched ready to go larvae.

Application: Eggs and larvae can be hand sprinkled almost anywhere because Lacewings search up to 100 feet for their first meal. Lacewing eggs may be refrigerated for a few days at 38-45 F. to delay hatching, but be careful not to freeze them. Typical egg release rates range from 5000 - 50,000 eggs per acre, depending on infestation levels. Typical larvae release rates range from 1000-5000 per acre. Repeated releases every 2-4 weeks may be necessary in severe or heavy infestations.
53-120211
NC Green Lacewings 2500/CARD (Chrysopa rufilabris)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
For use against Aphids, Thrips, Mealybugs and Whiteflies. Looking like tiny alligators, Lacewing larvae (Chrysopa rufilabris) voraciously attack almost any prey they can grab. They inject a paralyzing venom and suck the body fluids from the helpless insect victim.
Green Lacewings are available as eggs in a cup, eggs glued to cards which are hung from foliage, or as pre-hatched ready to go larvae.

Application: Eggs and larvae can be hand sprinkled almost anywhere because Lacewings search up to 100 feet for their first meal. Lacewing eggs may be refrigerated for a few days at 38-45 F. to delay hatching, but be careful not to freeze them. Typical egg release rates range from 5000 - 50,000 eggs per acre, depending on infestation levels. Typical larvae release rates range from 1000-5000 per acre. Repeated releases every 2-4 weeks may be necessary in severe or heavy infestations.
59-1010
NC Jewelers 10X Wide View Magnifier 3" view
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
53-120220
NC Lady Bug Beetles 1500 (Hippodamia convergens)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Typically, Ladybugs (Hippodamia convergens) eat over 5,000 Aphids and other soft-bodied pests during their one-year lifetime. Ladybugs are one of the few beneficial insects that can be stored, dormant, in the refrigerator for up to a few weeks, depending on the time of year, as long as they don't freeze or dry out. This allows you to use a few at a time, as needed.
53-120225
NC Lady bug Beetles 4500 (Hippodamia convergens)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Typically, Ladybugs (Hippodamia convergens) eat over 5,000 Aphids and other soft-bodied pests during their one-year lifetime. Ladybugs are one of the few beneficial insects that can be stored, dormant, in the refrigerator for up to a few weeks, depending on the time of year, as long as they don't freeze or dry out. This allows you to use a few at a time, as needed.
53-120230
NC Lady Bugs Beetles (18000) Quart (Hippodamia convergens)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Typically, Ladybugs (Hippodamia convergens) eat over 5,000 Aphids and other soft-bodied pests during their one-year lifetime. Ladybugs are one of the few beneficial insects that can be stored, dormant, in the refrigerator for up to a few weeks, depending on the time of year, as long as they don't freeze or dry out. This allows you to use a few at a time, as needed.
53-120235
NC Lady Bugs Beetles (72000) Gallon (Hippodamia convergens)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Typically, Ladybugs (Hippodamia convergens) eat over 5,000 Aphids and other soft-bodied pests during their one-year lifetime. Ladybugs are one of the few beneficial insects that can be stored, dormant, in the refrigerator for up to a few weeks, depending on the time of year, as long as they don't freeze or dry out. This allows you to use a few at a time, as needed.
53-120240
NC Mealybug Predators 100 (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Tiny (1/8") black Ladybugs, these Mealybug Destroyers (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri) are originally from Australia, and are one of the oldest and most successful of biological controls.

Application: Just shake them onto plants right from the container they arrive in. We recommend 2-5 Mealybug Destroyers per infested plant. They have large appetites for such a small insect. A few will go a long, long way.
53-120296
NC Pirate Bugs 100 (Orius insidiosis)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
53-120297
NC Pirate Bugs 500 (Orius insidiosis)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
53-120250
NC Praying Mantis Eggs (Tenodera sinensis)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Fun garden pets, Mantids eat anything & everything they can catch! Praying Mantis (Tenodera sinensis) make wonderful backyard pets, and constantly entertain while they eat insects all Summer long.

Mantids wait in quiet ambush for hours at a time. When an insect comes wandering by they jump out and attack, usually biting the neck first. They are strictly carnivorous and will eat almost any insect they can overcome.

Application: Eggs store in the refrigerator until ready for hatching, which takes 2-8 weeks of warm weather. Each egg hatches 100-200 mantids, which continue to grow throughout Summer and reach 3-5" long by Fall.

Available from mid-December to mid-July, they should be used by Aug 15 for a proper hatch.
53-120271
NC Spider Mite Destroyer (100) (Stethorus punctillum)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
These tiny Mite Destroyers eat all stages of Spider Mites, and find new infestation sites on their own by flying. But, it takes 4-6 weeks to really get these guys going, so use Predator Mites as well for more immediate control and for cleaning up small "trouble spots". Life cycle takes 18 days at 70 F. 100 Spider Mite Destroyers gets a colony started.
53-120270
NC Spider Mite Destroyer (50) (Stethorus punctillum)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
These tiny Mite Destroyers eat all stages of Spider Mites, and find new infestation sites on their own by flying. But, it takes 4-6 weeks to really get these guys going, so use Predator Mites as well for more immediate control and for cleaning up small "trouble spots". Life cycle takes 18 days at 70 F. 100 Spider Mite Destroyers gets a colony started.
53-120260
NC Spider Mite Predators 100
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Spider Mite Predators not only feed on Spider Mites and their eggs, they also breed twice as fast! Each Spider Mite Predator sucks the juice out of about 5 Spider Mites a day, or 20 of their eggs. Used as directed, predators should noticeably begin to gain control within 4 weeks, and then continue until the Spider Mites are nearly or completely wiped out. Predators disappear when the Spider Mites are gone.
53-120265
NC Spider Mite Predators 1000
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Spider Mite Predators not only feed on Spider Mites and their eggs, they also breed twice as fast! Each Spider Mite Predator sucks the juice out of about 5 Spider Mites a day, or 20 of their eggs. Used as directed, predators should noticeably begin to gain control within 4 weeks, and then continue until the Spider Mites are nearly or completely wiped out. Predators disappear when the Spider Mites are gone.
53-120261
NC Spider Mite Predators 500
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Spider Mite Predators not only feed on Spider Mites and their eggs, they also breed twice as fast! Each Spider Mite Predator sucks the juice out of about 5 Spider Mites a day, or 20 of their eggs. Used as directed, predators should noticeably begin to gain control within 4 weeks, and then continue until the Spider Mites are nearly or completely wiped out. Predators disappear when the Spider Mites are gone.
53-120280
NC Thrips Predator Mites 10,000 (Amblyseius cucumeris)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Normally, Thrips Predator Mites (Amblyseius cucumeris) are most effective under conditions of 70-85% humidity, against all species of Thrips. They will also eat an occasional Spider Mite, and other small pests. However, reports have been poor in low humidity environments, so use these predators in greenhouse and other interior locations with high humidity levels only.
53-120275
NC Thrips Predator Mites 5000 (Amblyseius cucumeris)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Normally, Thrips Predator Mites (Amblyseius cucumeris) are most effective under conditions of 70-85% humidity, against all species of Thrips. They will also eat an occasional Spider Mite, and other small pests. However, reports have been poor in low humidity environments, so use these predators in greenhouse and other interior locations with high humidity levels only.
53-120293
NC Whitefly Parasites 10,000 (Encarsia formosa)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Tiny Whitefly Parasites (Encarsia formosa) lay their eggs inside developing Whitefly pupae, so a Whitefly Parasite hatches out instead of a Whitefly. You'll need a magnifier to see them, but they spell death for Greenhouse Whiteflies, and they provide some limited control of Sweet Potato Whitefly as well.
53-120291
NC Whitefly Parasites 1000 (Encarsia formosa)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Tiny Whitefly Parasites (Encarsia formosa) lay their eggs inside developing Whitefly pupae, so a Whitefly Parasite hatches out instead of a Whitefly. You'll need a magnifier to see them, but they spell death for Greenhouse Whiteflies, and they provide some limited control of Sweet Potato Whitefly as well.
53-120292
NC Whitefly Parasites 5000 (Encarsia formosa)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Tiny Whitefly Parasites (Encarsia formosa) lay their eggs inside developing Whitefly pupae, so a Whitefly Parasite hatches out instead of a Whitefly. You'll need a magnifier to see them, but they spell death for Greenhouse Whiteflies, and they provide some limited control of Sweet Potato Whitefly as well.
53-120290
NC Whitefly Parasites 500 (Encarsia formosa)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Tiny Whitefly Parasites (Encarsia formosa) lay their eggs inside developing Whitefly pupae, so a Whitefly Parasite hatches out instead of a Whitefly. You'll need a magnifier to see them, but they spell death for Greenhouse Whiteflies, and they provide some limited control of Sweet Potato Whitefly as well.
53-120287
NC Whitefly Predators 1000 (Delphastus pusillus)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Whitefly Predators (Delphastus pusillus) eat from 150 up to 600 Whitefly eggs a day! It takes them about 30 seconds to eat a Whitefly egg; slightly longer to eat a larva. They especially prefer the eggs of Sweet Potato Whitefly and Silverleaf Whitefly.
53-120285
NC Whitefly Predators 100 (Delphastus pusillus)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Whitefly Predators (Delphastus pusillus) eat from 150 up to 600 Whitefly eggs a day! It takes them about 30 seconds to eat a Whitefly egg; slightly longer to eat a larva. They especially prefer the eggs of Sweet Potato Whitefly and Silverleaf Whitefly.
53-120286
NC Whitefly Predators 500 (Delphastus pusillus)
Vendor: NATURE'S CONTROL
UM: EA
Whitefly Predators (Delphastus pusillus) eat from 150 up to 600 Whitefly eggs a day! It takes them about 30 seconds to eat a Whitefly egg; slightly longer to eat a larva. They especially prefer the eggs of Sweet Potato Whitefly and Silverleaf Whitefly.

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