21
Oct
2008
Amblyseius cucumeris - used against Frankliniella occidentalis and Thrips tabaci
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Used it is a predator control Frankliniella occidentalis and Thrips tabaci on various horticultural and ornamental crops.

Amblyseius is a predator, the black and yellow pear-shaped body, small but highly mobile and the degree to use other sources of food, including pollen. Its development is very fast, within a cycle of 1-2 weeks. Optimal conditions are given for temperatures 18-20 ° C and high relative humidity.

In some cultures using a minimum of 15-20 individuals per plant, while in other situations, predators can get to 200-500 per m2, brought in a week.

Amblyseius cucumeris is available in bottles or in sachets.

Source www.bioplanet.it

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