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TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS <br> (Parasite)
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TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS <br> (Parasite)
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TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS
(Parasite)

Latin name: Trichogramma minutum, T. brassicae, T. platneri,T. ostriniae

Trichogramma wasps are small (0.9 mm.) and golden that parasitize moth eggs. Feeds on many types of moth eggs such as: codling moth, cabbageworm, tomato hornworm, corn earworm, European corn borer, fruitworm, cutworm, gypsy moth, peach borer, diamond back moth, tomato pinworm and tent caterpillar. Shipped as parasitized moth eggs on cards.
Available species: T. pretiosum for vegetables, field crops, greenhouses and short crops less than 8 ft., T. minutum for eastern orchards, vineyards and tall ornamentals over 8-10 ft. and T. ostriniae for European corn borer.




SHIPPED: Eggs loose or on cards.

RELEASE RATE: Release at the first signs of moths and then bi weekly.


T. brassicae, T. minutum and T. platneri release 5000 eggs per 16 m sq. (170 ft sq.) or 40,000 eggs per acre.


SPECIAL NOTES: If caterpillars are present try using lacewings and/or BT spray along with Trichogramma wasps.

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Note: BENEFICIAL INSECTS - must be ordered by Thursday for shipping the following Tuesday
(Exceptions : Ladybugs and Praying Mantis - usually stock Items check product for availability)

Size: [120001] Trichogramma brassicae 100,000 eggs on cards - $81.85
Size: [120002] Trichogramma minutum 100,000 eggs on cards - $81.85
Size: [120005] Trichogramma platneri 100,000 eggs on cards - $81.85
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