Reductus predating thrips
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Other species of thrips are also being found, particularly on specimen plants. There is a pheromone for monitoring of Western Flower Thrips (see pheromone traps). How it works: Feeds on young thrips larvae, and in the absence of thrips, on pollen. Also Tarsonemid mite (good control on cyclamen and strawberry) and broad mite.Always use preventatively on peppers, cucumbers, pot and bedding plants, strawberries and cyclamen.
Voracious predator of thrips and other soft bodied insects such as aphids. Requires minimum temperatures of 15C night and 20C day.They often kill far more thrips than they need to reach maturity. Ideal to control established thrips populations on a range of plants and can be used alongside other biologicals. Predates but can survive in the absence of prey feeding on pollen. Populations have the potential to grow faster than A. This predator is released under licence for use on a limited range of glasshouse grown crops, please contact Fargro for further details. A special formulation for foliar application by high volume spraying.Predates on whitefly (eggs and larvae), as well as thrips. The nematodes swim through a film of water and attack female thrips. Larvae are not always attacked but pupae frequently are. At any time of the year, ideal at temperatures above 16C.It will not control established populations or where large numbers of adults are moving into the crop. Do not use under strong lights or when the sprayed crop is likely to dry within 3 to 4 hours.Thus, it's useful to know what to look for by way of plant damage, to alert you to their possible presence.Plants affected by thrips tend to have pale, scarred and spotted leaves/flowers/buds and the leaves may be twisted.
In terms of flowers, such as dadylilies (Hemerocallis spp.), gladioli and roses are especially badly impacted by thrips.If attacked by thrips, these plants may experience so much damage that the buds fail to open.Vegetables typically attacked by thrips include carrots, beans, squash and onions.Two species of thrips are commonly found on protected crops: Western Flower Thrips (WFT), (Frankliniella occidentalis) and Onion or Tobacco Thrips (Thrips tabaci).Larvae and adults pierce the leaf surface and suck out cell contents causing extensive 'silvering'.WFT can also transmit Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus on chrysanthemums and many other crops.