BioBee BioEncarsiaEretmocerus White Fly Control
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Two natural predators in one for maximum Whitefly control!Biobee's BioEncarsiaEretmocerus gives you the best of both BioEretmocerus and BioEncarsia to control whiteflies. BioEncarsia, is Encarsia formosa, a parasitic wasp. The females are tiny with a black and yellow body. When the adult female finds a whitefly, she inserts her egg into it. The whitefly pupa changes its color and turns black/brown. After the end of larval development, the adult Encarsia eats the whitefly from the inside out, cutting a rounded hole to emerge. BioEretmocerus is Eretmocerus eremicus, a tiny parasitic wasp that is native to North America. They are pale yellow with green eyes and antennae. Eretmocerus parasitizes greenhouse whitefly, sweet potato whitefly, silverleaf whitefly, and more. The female Eretmocerus lays eggs between the immature whitefly and leaf. The egg hatches around four days later and develops as an external-internal parasitoid. Apply 1-1/2 parasitoids per 10 square feet. Repeat weekly until whitefly has been controlled. While the bottle is closed, set it horizontally and turn to mix the media with the predator. Sprinkle over plant leaves or place into a BioBee D-Box.These live insects MUST ship via two-day air. Please call for pricing. This product is not valid for any free or reduced shipping offers.
- Target pests: White fly species, greenhouse white fly, sweet potato white fly, silver leaf white fly, and more
- Crops: Row crops (cotton and others), vegetable, fruit, and ornamentals
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