Spider Mite Control-Amblyseius Californicus slow release

Spider Mite Control-Amblyseius Californicus slow release

Product ID: NCS
Price:
$110.85
Overview
The Amblyseius californicus is good resistance to drought and is more resistant to chemical pesticide. It’s effective against various spider mites, two-spotted spider mite, fruit spider mite, citrus red mite and red palm mite) and is additionally effective against several tarsonemid mites. The advantages of A. californicus in slow-release bags are savings on labor, compared to manual release. The A. californicus Improved preventative capabilities and trouble-free application with excellent combative action. Keep in mind that the A. californicus is designed as slow release sachets for preventive introductions. If presence of A. californicus is needed quickly, it is recommended to introduce from bottles at the start of the program. You will receive 100 sachets/box producing 1,000 californicus per sachet. The advantages of A. californicus in slow-release bags improved preventative capabilities and excellent combative action. The sachets will last 3-4 weeks use for preventive.

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