Amblyseius andersoni feeds on russet mites, broad mites and two spot spider mites. They will also feed on pollen and thrips larvae, allowing the population to survive when pest mite populations decrease. Active and effective in both high and low temperatures (43˚-104˚F) make andersoni an easy choice for preventative mite control in your commercial garden.
How it Works
• For best results, release Amblyseius andersoni when pest mite populations are low.
• The predatory mites will feed on small colonies of pest mites, preventing them from growing in to large populations that can cause major crop damage.
• Curative applications have also been successful on some crops, such as cucumbers and ornamental plants but Anderline is always best used as a preventative control.
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