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GrowersHouse Feltiella acarisuga (Therodiplosis persicae) - Beneficial Insects - Control - Two Spotted Spider Mite

GrowersHouse Feltiella acarisuga (Therodiplosis persicae) - Beneficial Insects - Control - Two Spotted Spider Mite

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Feltiella acarisuga (Therodiplosis persicae)

Controls:

Feltiella acarisuga is a tiny gall-midge that feeds on two-spotted spider mites and various other species of spider mites. It is native to Britain and can be used in spring before heavy red spider mite infestations develop. It is best known for its ability to control Two Spotted Spider Mites. Best known for their ability to control Two Spotted Spider Mite. Tiny midges that, after mating, females lay eggs near spider mite colonies. Midge larvae eat and kill two-spotted spider mites. 

Application Rate Recommendations for Feltiella acarisuga:

  • Preventative: 1-2 per square foot.
  • Moderate Infestation: 2-4 per square foot.
  • Heavy Infestation: 4-8 per square foot.

How-To Use Feltiella acarisuga hesperus For Best Results:

  • Require natural dusk to mate.
  • Use only in hotspots.
  • Release Feltiella acarisuga at the first sign of spider mites.
  • Use Feltiella acarisuga in spring before heavy red spider mite infestations develop.
  • Use Feltiella acarisuga with P. persimilis when spider mite infestations are severe to rapidly knock back the pest mites.

Features & Benefits:

  • Native to Britain.
  • Best known for its ability to control Two Spotted Spider Mite.
  • Can be used in spring before heavy red spider mite infestations develop.
  • Can be used with P. persimilis when spider mite infestations are severe to rapidly knock back the pest mites.

Item Numbers:

BW-FA25 - plastic tray 0.25K

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