BioAndersoni (Amblyseius andersoni) is a predatory mite that feeds on small arthropod prey and pollen.
BioAphidius (Aphidius colemani ) is a parasitic wasp. This polyphagous parasitoid attacks over 40 species of aphids.
BioAphidoletes (Aphidoletes aphidimyza), commonly referred to as the gal midge, is a midge whose larvae feed on over 70 aphid species.
BioAtheta (Dalotia coriaria) is a fast-moving, soil dwelling rove beetle. A generalist predator, it feeds on a wide range of small insects and mites but is primarily an egg predator. BioAtheta is used in the control of fungus gnats, thrips pupae, shore flies, moth fly larvae, root mealybugs, springtails and other small arthropods.
BioCalifornicus (Neoseiulus californicus) is an effective predatory mite of a wide array of pest mites.
BioCucumeris (Neoseiulus cucumeris) is a predatory mite widely used in the control of immature thrips (egg and larvae) as well as other species of mites.
BioCryptolaemus (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri) is a predatory beetle, also known as the “Mealybug destroyer” because it is a voracious predator of multiple species of mealybugs in both greenhouses and open fields.
BioDelphastus (Delphastus catalinae) is a predatory beetle for the control of cotton whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) and greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum).
BioDiglyphus (Diglyphus isaea) is an ectoparasitic wasp that parasitizes leaf miner larvae in field and greenhouse crops.
BioEncarsia (Encarsia formosa) is a parasitic wasp of the Aphelinidae family. E. formosa can utilize at least 15 species of whitefly as hosts but the principal host is the greenhouse whitely.
BioEretmocerus (Eretmocerus eremicus) is a parasitic wasp used for the control of sweet potato whitefly and greenhouse whitely.
BioErvi is an effective parasitic wasp for larger aphid species that are not effectively controlled by Aphidius colemani such as potato aphids (Macrosiphum euphorbiae), foxglove aphids (Aulacorthum solani) as well as pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum) and can also parasitize cannabis aphids (Phorodon cannabis) .
BioHb is an Entomopathogenic nematode containing infective juveniles of Heterorhabditis bacteriophora in an inert carrier.
BioCarnea (Chrysoperla carnea) is an insect of the Chrysopidae family. The delicate looking adult feeds on nectar and pollen while the larvae of BioCarnea is the active predator. The first three larvae instars, are the voracious ones.
BioOrius (Orius insidiosus) also known as the insidiosus flower bug, is a predatory minute pirate bug equipped with piercing-sucking rostrum and two pairs of wings, the front pair being partially rigid.
BioPersimilis (Phytoseiulus persimilis) is a predatory mite, proven outstanding, aggressive and highly effective against spider mites. The adult female is a distinctive reddish-orange color with a pear-shaped body.
BioPersi+ (Phytoseiulus persimilis) is a predatory mite, proven outstanding, aggressive and highly effective against spider mites. The adult female is a distinctive reddish-orange color with a pear-shaped body. Its long front legs allow it to move quickly and easily navigate spider mite webs.
BioSF is an Entomopathogenic nematode containing infective juveniles of Steinernema feltiae in an inert carrier .
BioSc is an Entomopathogenic nematode containing infective juveniles of Steinernema carpocapsae in an inert carrier.
BioStratiolaelaps (Stratiolaelaps scimitus) is a soil-dwelling predatory mite whose nymphs and adults feed on fungus gnat larva, thrips pupae and other small invertebrates. These predatory mite stay at the base of plant stems and on the soil, rarely transferring onto the plant itself.
BioSwirski (Amblyseius swirskii) is an efficient predatory mite used for the control of young stages of the western flower thrips as well as the eggs and young nymphs of white flies. It also feeds on red spider mites as well as on broad mites.
BioSwirski Combo contains the predatory mite Amblyseius swirskii and BioArtFeed, premium quality decapsulated Artemia cysts ( brine shrimp eggs). BioSwirski is a proven and highly effective predator, while BioArtFeed enables its early establishment.
Traps are a useful tool for mass capture, monitoring, counting and identifying pests. Some traps are coated with an adhesive (on one side) while others are plant derived semiochemicals or pheromone baited.