IPM carries several products to help you monitor and identify pests and beneficials. Release Points™ are an aid to disperse and maintain biocontrol populations.
Encarsia eggs hatch into tiny larvae, which cause the whitefly pupae to turn black as the young wasps mature. At 70°F, a new adult wasp emerges about 21 days after the egg is laid
Whiteflies are tiny white 4-winged insects that are closely related to aphids, scales, and mealybugs.
This is a tan-orange predatory mite. Adult females consume up to 10 thrips per day and have a 30 day life span. They can survive on pollen and spider mites in the absence of thrips.
Thrips are tiny, barely visible insects that are found on leaves, blossoms, buds, and leaf sheaths of plants.
The most commonly used beneficial mite in the world. Noted for quick knockdown of spider mites.
Spider mites prefer hot, dry conditions. Frequent watering or misting of plants can help to prevent mite outbreaks.
This tiny yellow wasp lays its eggs under the covering of mid-sized scales. Larvae develop over 2-3 weeks, pupate, and emerge as adults by cutting a hole in the outer covering of the scale.
They are covered with a tan or brown scale that protects the soft underparts, and may look like plant bumps.
This predatory mite is a scavenger that will survive in the absence of fungus gnats, but consume the larvae as they appear
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