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Encarsia-System

Encarsia formosa

The parasitic wasp Encarsia formosa is applied on a wide range of greenhouse vegetable and ornamental crops to control greenhouse whiteflies. In crops with zero pest tolerance is an overkill approach recommended. Encarsia formosa lays its eggs preferably in 3rd and early 4th instar larvae. Parasitized larvae turn black and are therefore easily recognized. Parasitism of the tobacco whitefly is also possible. In this case, parasitized larvae turn brownish. During her life, a female Encarsia formosa parasitizes approximately 250 greenhouse whitefly larvae (maximum of 450) and kills another 30 (maximum of 70) by host-feeding.

Units

Encarsia-System-5.000

Packaging: 30 ml plastic tube

Contents: 5.000 pupae

Carrier: sawdust

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Encarsia-System-(100-1.000)

Packaging: envelope with 2 sets of 5 cards

Contents: 10 x 100 pupae/card

Carrier: not applicable

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Encarsia-System-(50-5.000)

Packaging: box with 20 sets of 5 cards

Contents: 100 x 50 pupae/card

Carrier: not applicable

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Encarsia-System-(100-5.000)

Packaging: box with 10 sets of 5 cards

Contents: 50 x 100 pupae/card

Carrier: not applicable

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Encarsia-System-(100-10.000)

Packaging: box with 10 sets of 5 cards

Contents: 100 x 100 pupae/card

Carrier: not applicable

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Local regulations may impose restrictions on the use of this product. Contact your authorities or contact your Biobest consultant.

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