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BioBee

Bio Cucumeris

SKU: 6603800
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Neoseiulus cucumeris is a predatory mite that feeds on the larval stage of thrips, especially western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis). They also feed on mites, such as two-spotted spider mites (Tetranychus urticae), broad mites (Polyphagotarsonemus latus), russet mites (Aceria anthocoptes), cyclamen mites (Phytonemus pallidus), and can survive on pollen or Artemia, making them an excellent preventative biocontrol agent.

Use

Thrips, mites

  • About BioBee

    BioBee is a leader in production and implementation of beneficial macro-organisms in agriculture. They research and identify new microbial biocontrol agents for reinforcement of the existing natural enemies’ package to constantly develop new and innovative products.

  • Why Use Biologicals?

    One of the primary benefits of using beneficial insect release is that the process avoids chemical pest control methods such as pesticides. While pesticides are effective at controlling and eliminating pests, some plants and beneficial insects like bees can be affected negatively. Beneficial insects are a natural, organic, and environmentally sustainable way to control pests.

  • How to order

    TerraLink orders beneficials every Tuesday morning for delivery the following week. Order cut-off time is 4:30 pm Monday. Fly parasite orders are placed every other Thursday for delivery the following Wednesday. Email your order to the TerraLink Order Desk or call 1-800-661-4559.