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Aphidoline a Blister Pack(Aphid control)

Biological Control > Aphid Controls
Qty/Size: 1000
Our Price: £27.59
Brand: Bioline / Syngenta - more
Code: APH040

It can be used for:
Aubergine
Blueberries
Cucumber
Cut Flowers
Melons
Ornamental pot plants
Pepper
Raspberries
Strawberry
Aphidoline a Blister Pack(Aphid control) Biological Control > Aphid Controls
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Further Information:
0151-05 Aphidoline a. Aaphidimya 4 blister packs x 250, 1,000 unit size
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Description
Aphidoline a contains pupae of the aphid predator Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Rondani) Diptera, Cecidomyiidae
The product is supplied to growers as blister a pack contains 250 pupae cocoons). Aphidoletes adults are attracted to and feed on aphid honeydew. Females lay from 60-250 eggs amongst aphid colonies. Eggs hatch within 2 days at 23°C and the larvae feed for 6 days before falling to the ground and pupating in a cocoon. Hatching occurs 3-14 days later depending on temperature. Larvae bite the aphids’ legs, injecting a paralysing toxin. They paralyse 35 aphids, but will consume only a few before reaching maturity, thus immobilizing the colony to allow easy feeding.
Easy to use and to monitor
Excellent host-finding ability
Curative treatment for aphid infestation; larvae reported as feeding on 60 species
Blister Pack Protects un-hatched ocoons from desiccation and predation optimal emergence rates!
Easy to use - once the first adult midges emerge just hang blister in the crop and open the release hatch at the back
Aphidoletes adults are attracted to and feed on aphid honeydew. Females lay from 60-250 eggs amongst aphid colonies. Eggs hatch within 2 days at 23°C and the larvae feed for 6 days before falling to the ground and pupating in a cocoon. Hatching occurs 3-14 days later depending on temperature. Larvae bite the aphids’ legs, injecting a paralysing toxin. They paralyse 35 aphids, but will consume only a few before reaching maturity, thus immobilizing the colony to allow easy feeding.
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