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Natural Pest Control

Green Lacewing Larvae natural aphid control


The ground is thawing, and spring around the corner seems to have sprung a little spring in your step. Well, what tells you it’s spring better than anything else? It’s a blooming garden, of course. The typical American household that owns a garden spends quite a bit every year on its gardening needs – as much as $600 worth of plants, fertilizer and tools and so on. This might make you think that you can’t have a nice bit of greenery without good bit of greenery in your pocket.

But as these gardening tips are going to show you that’s not really true.

Green lacewing eggs Hatch into Lacewing Larvae can be used on a number of different plants and food crops such as cotton, sweet corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, apples and strawberries.

The Green Lacewing Larvae offers natural aphid control while being extremely cost effective! Perfect for gardeners who do not want to use unsafe chemical substances to handle pesky insects.

The natural enemy of many species of pests, insects, and mites, the Green Lacewings are shipped as eggs that will soon hatch into larvae. The tiny larvae are known as “Aphid Lions” because of their voracious appetites (devouring as many as 1000 aphids per day). They remain as larvae for up to 21 days, just crawling around looking for food.

Green Lacewing Larvae can be used on a number of different plants and food crops such as cotton, sweet corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, apples and strawberries.They are considered an important predator of long-tailed mealybug in greenhouses and interior plants-capes.

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