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Green Lacewing on Strings (General Predator)
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Green Lacewing on Strings (General Predator)
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Green Lacewing on Strings (General Predator)

Latin name: Chrysoperla carnea

Go Stringy!

Lacewings are general predators that feed on aphids, mealybugs, scales, spider mites, thrips, whiteflies, insect eggs such as leafhoppers and moths, and beetle larvae. Lacewings are best known as aphid predators and they have been reported to feed on 100s of aphid over its lifetime.

SHIPPED AS: Stalked eggs on jut strings. The eggs begin to hatch in 3 to 9 days after receipt.
OPTIMUM CONDITION: 24-28C (75-80F). Eggs will take 2 weeks hatch if temperature is around 15C
RELEASE RATE: 1000 eggs cover 18.5 to 46.5 m. sq. (200 to 500 ft. sq.) for inside and 232 m. sq. (2500 ft. sq.) for outside. Release at a predator: prey ratio of 1:10

SPECIAL NOTES: Avoids leaves that are hairy

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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: [112004] Green Lacewing Tray 2000 eggs on Strings - $95.00 - SALE $76.00
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