Limomicus: a powerful mite, also with lower temperatures

Temperatures are dropping again, making it difficult for many predatory mites to effectively battle whitefly and thrips. In other words, the perfect time to deploy less cold-sensitive troops. Limonicus is active in a wide range of temperatures, from 13 °C to 30 °C. Even at 13 °C it remains effective, beating other predatory mites.

The high effectiveness of Limonicus is due to its large feeding capacity and its reproductive ability. Because it is feeding on whitefly, thrips, spider mites and pollen, in addition to increasing rapidly in numbers, it manages to keep many a pest under control. 

Source: Koppert

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