Description: Parasitic wasp Aphidius colemani
Best used: as a preventative on the Cotton Aphid, the Tobacco Aphid, and the Peach Potato Aphid
Works by: Females will parasitize the aphid, the aphid will then convert into a leathery, grey-brown mummy. The first mummies are noticed in the crop around 2 weeks after the first introduction. A new parasitic wasp will hatch out of the mummy.
Suggested Application Rate: 0.25-2/m2, depending on pest pressure and crop type.
100 ml bottle, hatches 500 parasitic wasps.
100 ml bottle, hatches 1,000 parasitic wasps.
500 ml bottle, hatches 5,000 parasitic wasps.
Each bottle contains mummies mixed with wood-chips.