Different natural predators and entomopathogenic nematodes against important pests. We also provide feed sources for the predators.

Entomopathogenic nematodes

Entomopathogenic nematodes occur naturally in the environment as parasites of many insect larvae. The mass release of these nematodes provides an efficient and curative control of key insect pests in a wide range of crops. Mode of action Once released, nematodes actively seek out their insect hosts. When a host has been located, the nematodes …

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Ephestia kuehniella

Frozen eggs of the Indian flour moth (Ephestia kuehniella) serve as a main food source in the production of many different beneficial insects.

Adalia bipunctata

Larvae and adults of two-spotted ladybirds against aphids. Mode of action Adalia bipunctata − an indigenous ladybird − is a very busy aphid predator. Adalia ladybirds develop from tiny eggs and go through several larval stages and a pupal stage before emerging as two-spotted ladybirds. The larvae or adults can be used for effective control …

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