Dust mask is recommended as protection for operator and people working near place of application. Target Various thrips species. Hatching eggs and the first larval stage. Predatory mites also eat spider mites f. Target Pests: Western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis.

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Downloads How It Works The formulation is carefully designed to increase the number of predatory Amblyseius cucumeris mites that are released onto the crop each day. This development time complements the lifecycle of Western Flower Thrips. The beneficial mites feed on first larval stage L1 and cannot attack larger larvae or adults. Sachets Release a breeding colony of mites onto the plant, even before the target pest is present. The breeding colony is contained within a small paper sachet, which is carefully designed to maintain the colony in good condition.

Mites continue to emerge from sachets over several weeks and in much higher numbers than with a single broadcast release. Loose Material An immediate and high dose of predatory mites. Large sachet gives perfect breeding environment. Trusted and reliable. Best used where the leaves of plants are not expected to touch or grow together. Gemini Sachets Best used in crops with overhead irrigation or where a horizontal wire or string exists Unique, patented, water-resistant twin sachet design with two predator-breeding compartments.

There is no hook to get wet, so sachets remain on the plants. Water-resistant design allows for maximum emergence of predatory mites. Sachets on a Stick Propagation is one of the most critical times for pest management.

Mini sachets on a stick are ideal for effective pest prevention and control at this time. Labor savings versus weekly broadcast applications. Water-resistant sticks do not take any plug space away. Stick is round and small and can be used in any plug tray size. Can be applied in propagation at sticking or seeding line. Exit hole for mites is protected under waterproof. Bugline 6 x m strips of sachets.

Unique, patented delivery system developed by Bioline to help growers reduce the manual labor associated with using sachets or applying loose material. Can be mechanically layered onto crop, saving up to eight labor hours per acre compared to using single sachets. Unique design of Bugline ensures maximum emergence of BCAs even under stressful conditions. For advice on recommended release rates, consult The Bioline App.

New Generation Bugline 6 x m strips of sachets made out of a new high-performance material. New Generation Bugline has been designed specifically for use in cut Chrysanthemums. The sachet material and formulation have been carefully optimised to ensure maximum efficacy in this crop.

The new paper type and formulation are combined with a New Generation Bugline Strategy to provide proven year round results, even in hot summers! Available as loose material in 5L 5qt bulk bags containing , mites Available as loose material in 1L 1qt cardboard tubes containing 25, mites.

Separate sachets by tearing along perforations. Stick one sachet into each propagation tray, pot or shuttle tray. Mites will emerge for 4 to 8 weeks. Do not hang sachets where they will be directly exposed to intense sunlight. Open the shipping box of sachets in the crop. If required, separate sachets by tearing along perforations. Mites will emerge from sachets for up to six weeks. Instructions for Loose Material Keep containers horizontal and cool until use.

Do not expose to direct sunlight at any time. Immediately before opening, gently rotate the container to distribute mites evenly throughout the carrier material. Open each container in the crop when ready to use. Storage and transport Keep out of direct intense sunlight. Use within 18 hours of receipt.


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