Thrips Control Use:
* Neoseiulus Cucumeris
* Orius Laevigatus
* Orius Insidiousus
Neoseiulus cucumeris are predatory mites tan to orange in color and are similar looking to the spider mite predator. The predator population must be established dearly in the crop, before you see evidence of thrips. Introduce at the rate of one predator per sq.ft., two weeks after transplanting. Repeat applications every month during periods of warm, dry weather.
Target: various thrip species; hatching eggs and larvae. Predatory mites also eat spider mites.
To Use: Turn and shake gently before use.
Sprinkle material on leaves or apply on crop with mechanical blower. Store bottles horizontally in the dark.
50,000 mites per bottle (all stages)