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Green Lacewing 1,000 Eggs - Slow Release Hanging Bag


Green Lacewing 1,000 Eggs - Slow Release Hanging Bag by Nature's Good Guys at Blah Dood. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Green Lacewing Larvae feed primarily on soft-bodied garden pests - primarily aphids. Green Lacewing Larvae are very active and can kill up to 600


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Green Lacewing Larvae feed primarily on soft-bodied garden pests - primarily aphids.
Green Lacewing Larvae are very active and can kill up to 600 aphids while in their larvae stage which lasts from two to four weeks.The larvae are a natural enemy of aphids but also feed on other garden pests including several species of aphids, spider mites (especially red mites), thrips, whiteflies, eggs of leafhoppers, moths, and leafminers, small caterpillars, beetle larvae, and the tobacco budworm are reported prey. They are considered an important predator of long-tailed mealybug in greenhouses and interior plantscapes.

Green Lacewing Eggs/Larvae can be used on a number of different plants and food crops such as cotton, sweet corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, apples and strawberries. Note: You can release with other beneficial insects like ladybugs and praying mantis!! We recommend to release the same day as received. Release Rates: Interiorscape: 1,000 eggs per 500 sq. feet; Gardens: 1,000 eggs per 2,500 sq. feet; Field Crops: 5,000 per acre.

Features & Highlights

  • 1,000 Live Green Lacewing Eggs
  • Slow Release Hanging Bag
  • Each green lacewing larvae will kill up to 600 aphids in their larvae stage!
  • Green Lacewings will not eat or kill your ladybugs, so you can use these two good bugs together to protect your plants.

Additional Information

Manufacturer:Nature's Good Guys
Brand:Nature's Good Guys
Publisher:Nature's Good Guys
Studio:Nature's Good Guys
UPC:657994802006
EAN:0657994802006
Item Weight:1 pounds

Green Lacewing 1,000 Eggs - Slow Release Hanging Bag by Nature's Good Guys

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Green Lacewing 1,000 Eggs - Slow Release Hanging Bag

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