Aphid Control with Ladybird Larvae (Adalia)

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Control Aphids on higher growing plants with Ladybird larvae, Voracious predators that also feed on other small insects.

Aphids (Greenfly and Blackfly)

Found on a wide range of plants, these insects suck the plant sap which weakens the plant and causes the foliage to discolour and deform. Aphids produce a sticky deposit (honeydew) which turns black on plants. 

Control with Ladybird Larvae

The Larvae are voracious feeders of aphids for use outdoors or under glass on taller plants. 

Control Aphids on higher growing plants with Ladybird larvae, Voracious predators that also feed on other small insects.

Ladybird larvae will be sent as eggs most of which will hatch in transit ready for use.

Any unhatched eggs can be placed on plants.

With Release Bag

Temperature needs to be over 10 degrees. 

Use regular introductions (2-3 weeks) between May and August.

Control Aphids on higher growing plants with Ladybird larvae, Voracious predators that also feed on other small insects.

Aphids (Greenfly and Blackfly)

Found on a wide range of plants, these insects suck the plant sap which weakens the plant and causes the foliage to discolour and deform. Aphids produce a sticky deposit (honeydew) which turns black on plants. 

Control with Ladybird Larvae

The Larvae are voracious feeders of aphids for use outdoors or under glass on taller plants. 

Control Aphids on higher growing plants with Ladybird larvae, Voracious predators that also feed on other small insects.

Ladybird larvae will be sent as eggs most of which will hatch in transit ready for use.

Any unhatched eggs can be placed on plants.

With Release Bag

Temperature needs to be over 10 degrees. 

Use regular introductions (2-3 weeks) between May and August.


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