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  • Green lacewing larvae are known as aphid lions because they can devour as many as 1,000 aphids per day. They remain as larvae for up to 21 days, making hearty meals of mealybugs, spider mites, caterpillars, thrips, leaf hoppers, whitefly larvae, a wide variety of moth eggs and just about any other soft-bodied pest. The adult green lacewing feeds only on pollen, but it will immediately begin laying eggs. Shipped as eggs; 1,000 in an order. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost. Green lacewing larvae are known as aphid lions because they can devour as many as 1,000 aphids per day. They remain as larvae for up to 21 days, making hearty meals of mealybugs, spider mites, caterpillars, thrips, leaf hoppers, whitefly larvae, a wide variety of moth eggs and just about any other soft-bodied pest. The adult green lacewing feeds only on pollen, but it will immediately begin laying eggs. Shipped as eggs; 1,000 in an order. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost.

    Green Lacewing Mail Back, 1,000 Eggs

    Green lacewing larvae are known as aphid lions because they can devour as many as 1,000 aphids per day. They remain as larvae for up to 21 days, making hearty meals of mealybugs, spider mites, caterpillars, thrips, leaf hoppers, whitefly larvae, a wide...

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  • The Encarsia formosa is a parasite of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum, a pest of many plants in indoor and outdoor gardens. Greenhouse whiteflies are typically found on poinsettias, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and other plants that grow fairly close to the ground. Each container includes 1,000 eggs. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost. The Encarsia formosa is a parasite of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum, a pest of many plants in indoor and outdoor gardens. Greenhouse whiteflies are typically found on poinsettias, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and other plants that grow fairly close to the ground. Each container includes 1,000 eggs. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost.

    Encarsia Formosa Mail Back, 1,000 Eggs

    The Encarsia formosa is a parasite of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum, a pest of many plants in indoor and outdoor gardens. Greenhouse whiteflies are typically found on poinsettias, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and other plants that...

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  • About one quarter the size of a ladybug, Delphastus is a small, shiny black beetle that feeds on several species of whitefly, including greenhouse, sweetpotato (silverleaf) and avocado whitefly. If whiteflies are not present, they will also feed on spider mites. Both the adult beetle and larvae eat whitefly eggs and larvae. Each container includes 25 live adults. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost. About one quarter the size of a ladybug, Delphastus is a small, shiny black beetle that feeds on several species of whitefly, including greenhouse, sweetpotato (silverleaf) and avocado whitefly. If whiteflies are not present, they will also feed on spider mites. Both the adult beetle and larvae eat whitefly eggs and larvae. Each container includes 25 live adults. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost.

    Delphastus Pusillus Mail Back, 25 Adults

    About one quarter the size of a ladybug, Delphastus is a small, shiny black beetle that feeds on several species of whitefly, including greenhouse, sweetpotato (silverleaf) and avocado whitefly. If whiteflies are not present, they will also feed on...

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  • Cryptolaemus are often called mealybug destroyers because of their voracious appetite for mealybugs, but they also eat aphids, immature scale and immature whitefly. They look like small ladybugs with black bodies and orange heads and tails. Each container includes 25 live adults. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost. Cryptolaemus are often called mealybug destroyers because of their voracious appetite for mealybugs, but they also eat aphids, immature scale and immature whitefly. They look like small ladybugs with black bodies and orange heads and tails. Each container includes 25 live adults. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost.

    Cryptolaemus Mail Back, 25 Adults

    Cryptolaemus are often called mealybug destroyers because of their voracious appetite for mealybugs, but they also eat aphids, immature scale and immature whitefly. They look like small ladybugs with black bodies and orange heads and tails. Each...

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  • Beneficial nematodes destroy more than 230 different kinds of soil-dwelling and wood-boring insects, including Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat and flea larvae, and subterranean termites. Nematodes are completely safe for people, pets and the environment, and are compatible with other beneficial insects. Each container includes seven million of these microscopic organisms. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost. Beneficial nematodes destroy more than 230 different kinds of soil-dwelling and wood-boring insects, including Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat and flea larvae, and subterranean termites. Nematodes are completely safe for people, pets and the environment, and are compatible with other beneficial insects. Each container includes seven million of these microscopic organisms. Gardeners simply mail in the postcards or register online to have their insect orders shipped to their doors at no extra cost.

    Beneficial Nematode Mail Back, 7 Million

    Beneficial nematodes destroy more than 230 different kinds of soil-dwelling and wood-boring insects, including Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat and flea larvae, and subterranean termites. Nematodes are completely...

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