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Predators & Parasites

Predators & Parasites

Predators and Parasites represent the majority of our intervention strategies for controlling pests found both in the canopy and growing media. Combating some of the most harmful pests known to cannabis cultivators, predatory mites, such a Persimilis and Swirskii, have the capacity to wipe out entire populations of dreaded pest mites, like Two-Spotted Spider Mites and Hemp Russet Mites. Aside from the soil mites, which patrol the top layers of the growing media, these predatory mites are microscopic and hunt exclusively in the canopy of your garden. As their hunting activity is limited to the foliar section of your plants, and unlike the broader category of beneficial insects, the application rates of these mites are calculated based on plant counts and average plant dimensions, rather than on the square footage of the growing space.

  • Aphipar-M 1,000 count - Aphidius matricariae
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    Aphipar-M 1,000 count

    General information When to use Aphipar-M? Use Aphipar-M primarily for biological pest co…
    $62.00
  • Spidex Boost - 250 sachets
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    Spidex Boost

    Easy to use & focused approach to spider mite control! Each sachet contains 100 of the predator…
    $305.00
  • Spical Plus 500 Sachets - Amblyseius californicus
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    Spical Plus 500 Sachets

     Instructions for Mini Sachet Do not hang adjacent to heating pipes. Do not hang sachets w…
    $320.00
  • Thripex 500,000 count - Amblyseius cucumeris
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    Thripex 500,000 count

    Instructions for Cucumeris Bulk Bags & Tubes Keep containers horizontal and cool until use. …
    $270.00
  • Chrysopa 10,000 - Chrysoperla carnea
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    Chrysopa 10,000

    Instructions for use Chrysopa is supplied as larvae in a carrier material. On receipt, place the c…
    $295.00
  • Larvanem 50 million - Heterorhabditis bacteriophora
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    Larvanem 50 million

    Instruction for use Apply early morning or late evening to minimize the effect of heat and sunli…
    $40.00
  • Ervipar - Aphidius ervi
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    Ervipar

    Instructions for use Do not keep the container closed while waiting for mummies to hatch because i…
    $85.00
  • Swirskii Bottle 50,000 - Amblyseius swirskii
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    Swirskii Bottle 50,000

    Instructions for Swirskii Bulk Bags & Tubes Keep containers horizontal and cool until use. …
    $116.00
  • Spical Plus 100 Sachets - Amblyseius californicus
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    Spical Plus 100 Sachets

     Instructions for Mini Sachet Do not hang adjacent to heating pipes. Do not hang sachets w…
    $75.00
  • Swirskii Plus 100 Sachets - Amblyseius swirskii
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    Swirskii Plus 100 Sachets

     Instructions for Mini Sachet Do not hang adjacent to heating pipes. Do not hang sachets w…
    $64.00
  • Swirskii Plus 500 Sachets - Amblyseius swirskii
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    Swirskii Plus 500 Sachets

     Instructions for Mini Sachet Do not hang adjacent to heating pipes. Do not hang sachets w…
    $290.00
  • Entomite  M 50,000 count - Stratiolaelaps scimitus (formerly Hypoaspis miles)
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    Entomite M 50,000 count

    Instructions for use Incorporate mites into growing media during potting or sprinkle onto growin…
    $55.00
  • Entomite  M 10,000 count - Stratiolaelaps scimitus (formerly Hypoaspis miles)
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    Entomite M 10,000 count

    Instructions for use Incorporate mites into growing media during potting or sprinkle onto growin…
    $15.00
  • Spidex 10,000 count - Phytoseiulus persimilis
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    Spidex 10,000 count

    General Instructions for Use: Immediately before opening, tap base of the bottle sharply on a …
    $79.00
  • Spidex 4,000 count - Phytoseiulus persimilis
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    Spidex 4,000 count

    General Instructions for Use: Immediately before opening, tap base of the bottle sharply on a so…
    $35.00
  • Thripor Bottle 1,000 count - Orius insidiosus
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    Thripor Bottle 1,000 count

    Instructions for use Apply in cool morning or evening. Avoid application in bright sunlight. O…
    $110.00
  • Entonem 50 million - Steinernema feltiae
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    Entonem 50 million

    Instructions for Nematodes The nematode activity is affected by soil temperature. For optimum nema…
    $30.00
  • Entonem 2 x 250 million - Steinernema feltiae
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    Entonem 2 x 250 million

    Instructions for Nematodes The nematode activity is affected by soil temperature. For optimum nema…
    $140.00
  • Capsanem 50 million - Steinernema carpocapsae
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    Capsanem 50 million

    Instruction for use Apply early morning or late evening to minimize the effect of heat and sunli…
    $30.00
  • Capsanem 2 x 250 million - Steinernema carpocapsae
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    Capsanem 2 x 250 million

    Instruction for use Apply early morning or late evening to minimize the effect of heat and sunli…
    $200.00
  • Larvanem 2 x 250 million - Heterorhabditis bacteriophora
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    Larvanem 2 x 250 million

    Instruction for use • Apply early morning or late evening to minimize the effect of heat an…
    $145.00
  • Thripex 500 Sachets -  Amblyseius cucumeris
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    Thripex 500 Sachets

     Instructions for Sachets Do not hang adjacent to heating pipes. Do not hang sachets where…
    $110.00
  • Aphipar 5,000 count - Aphidius colemani
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    Aphipar 5,000 count

    Instructions for Vials & Bottles Release weekly at low rates as aphids begin to appear in the …
    $175.00
  • Aphipar 1,000 count - Aphidius colemani
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    Aphipar 1,000 count

    Instructions for Vials & Bottles Release weekly at low rates as aphids begin to appear in the …
    $50.00
  • Chrysopa 1,000 - Chrysoperla carnea
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    Chrysopa 1,000

    Instructions for use Chrysopa is supplied as larvae in a carrier material. On receipt, place the c…
    $50.00
  • Spical 25,000 - Amblyseius californicus
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    Spical 25,000

    Instructions for Californicus Bulk Bags & Tubes Keep containers horizontal and cool until us…
    $110.00
  • Atheta 1,000 count - Dalotia coriaria
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    Atheta 1,000 count

    Instructions for use Rotate tube several times before opening to mix contents. Push the cut-out…
    $110.00
  • Atheta 5,000 Count - Dalotia coriaria
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    Atheta 5,000 Count

    Instructions for use Shake contents gently onto potting media, capillary matting, and any areas …
    $310.00
  • Aphidend 1,000 count - Aphidoletes aphidimyza pupae
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    Aphidend 1,000 count

    When to use Aphidend? Use Aphidend for biological pest control of a wide range of aphid species, a…
    $75.00
  • Anso Mite 125,000 count - Amblyseius andersoni
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    Anso Mite 125,000 count

    Amblyseius andersoni feeds on russet mites, broad mites and two spot spider mites. They will also f…
    $375.00

Predators and Parasites represent the majority of our intervention strategies for controlling pests found both in the canopy and growing media. Combating some of the most harmful pests known to cannabis cultivators, predatory mites, such a Persimilis and Swirskii, have the capacity to wipe out entire populations of dreaded pest mites, like Two-Spotted Spider Mites and Hemp Russet Mites. Aside from the soil mites, which patrol the top layers of the growing media, these predatory mites are microscopic and hunt exclusively in the canopy of your garden. As their hunting activity is limited to the foliar section of your plants, and unlike the broader category of beneficial insects, the application rates of these mites are calculated based on plant counts and average plant dimensions, rather than on the square footage of the growing space.