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Heterorhabditis bacteriophora Nematodes

Product ID: HB10

Heterorhabditis bacteriophora are the beneficial nematode of choice when your problems concern all types of grubs, Japanese beetle larvae and Japanese beetles. These nematodes boast a deep-moving active-hunting with cruising characteristic which make them superior to many other species for grub control and Japanese beetles.
Price:
$29.95
Hetrorhabditis bacteriophora/Steinernema carpocapsae/feltiae mixed

Product ID: HBSCSF12

Heterorhabditis bacteriophora, Steinernema carpocapsae, Steinernema feltiae. Three types of beneficial nematodes to eliminate over 200 different types of pest insects in your garden soil.
Price:
$34.95
Mealybug Destroyer - Cryptolaemus

Product ID: CM8

C. montrouzieri is a voracious feeder of mealybugs in both the larval and adult stages - a single larva may consume up to 250 small mealybugs.
Price:
$48.95
Minute Pirate Bugs (Orius insidiosus)

Product ID: MP11

Orius insidiosus, a general predator also called the minute pirate bug, is an aggressive thrips predator – possibly the most effective. It attacks and kills all mobile stages of thrips, leaf hoppers, including adult thrips and leafhoppers. Orius is aggressive – it consumes 12 thrips per day but kills many more than it eats. Minute pirate bugs are generalist predators of spider mites, aphids, thrips, leafhoppers, psyllids, white flies, insect eggs, and small caterpillars. They actively search for, pierce, and feed on their prey with straw-like mouth parts. Nymphs and adults can eat 30 or more spider mites a day.
Price:
$58.85
Mosquito Dunks

Product ID: MC10-2111

KILLS MOSQUITOES BEFORE THEY BECOME OLD ENOUGH TO BITE


Kills mosquitoes for 30 days or longer when placed in standing water outdoors. Can be used in bird baths, rain barrels, old automobile tires, ponds, ditches, unused swimming pools, tree holes, flower pots, roof gutters or wherever water accumulates.

Price:
$27.85
Praying Mantis - Tenodera aridifolia sinensis

Product ID: PRM-01

The praying mantis is an ambush hunter: it sits very still, blending in with its surroundings and waiting patiently for an unwary insect to come near. Then it easily snatches its unsuspecting victim -- some much larger than itself. When it spots one, it takes the mantis only 50-70 milliseconds to strike out with its forelegs and snare its prey. The diet of the praying mantis includes all sorts of insects and spiders, and sometimes even frogs, lizards, or mice.
Price:
$18.95