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Natures Good Guys Green Lacewings
Package contains; 5,000 live Green Lacewing eggs
Green Lacewings are a Natural Biological Control Agent against; aphids, spider mites, thrips, whiteflies, mealybugs, small caterpillars, eggs of leafhoppers, moths, and leafminers, small caterpillars and beetle larva and other soft-bodied insects. We have an everlasting supply of these ferocious insects.
Simply distribute the rice hulls and lacewing egg mixture into the small hanging bags provided then hang the bags. Hang in the shaded part of plant to protect from rain and sun.
Nature’s Good Guys, a.k.a Green Lacewings live in a wide range of growing temperatures and humidities. Green Lacewings can be used indoors or outdoors. In orchards, nurseries, greenhouses, gardens, grow rooms, hydroponics! Green lacewings do not migrate, thus making them your best dollar value.
General Release: 1-5 lacewing per sq.ft. of planted area.
Description: lacewings eggs typically hatch within 5 days, depending on the temperature. Lacewing larvae are a natural biological control agent agianst; aphids, spider mites, thrips, whiteflies, mealybugs, small caterpillars, eggs of leafhoppers, moths, and leafminers, small caterpillars and beetle larva. The lacewing larvae live 15-20 days, pupate and become an adult for 2 months. While as an adult, the lacewings fly around and lay eggs near infested plants. The adults-only feed on pollen.
Note: You can release lacewings with other beneficial insects like ladybugs and praying mantis!!
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