Beneficial Insects


published May 18, 2019

Neoseiulus californicus is a predatory mite that belongs to the Phytoseiidae family and is of the Arachnida Class. Target Pests Two spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae), fruit spider mite


published May 10, 2019

The predatory bug, Nephus bipunctata, is found in South Africa and belongs to the Coccinellidae family, a beetle species. Target Pests Nephus bipunctata is a generalist predator of mealybugs


published May 9, 2019

Trichogramma cryotophlebiae is a parasidic wasp from the order HYMENOPTERA, and the Trichogrammatidae family. Indigenous to South Africa, they Occur naturally in local orchards. Target Pests False codling moth
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