Pest Control – Trichogramma, parasitic wasp for pest moths in the garden
A species of trichogramma specifically selected for controlling leek moth (Acrolepiopsis assectella), cabbage butterfly (Pieris brassicae) and other pest moths. These tiny fruit-fly-sized wasps lay their eggs in the pests’ eggs, which the larvae then kill, solving the problem right at the source. Sold in packs of 8 individual cards, of T. brassicae pupae. Two cards are suggested per garden per week.
Protects garlic, onion and leek plants, and cruciferous plants.
Each card covers an area of 100 square meters (1070 square feet) for one week. It is important to treat for at least 4 weeks starting late May. For best results treat until the end of August. Place cards in the refrigerator until use. Sold in packs of 8 cards.
Not stored on site. Shipping charges will apply.
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