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Chrysopa-E

Koppert Biological Systems recently announced a new aphid, mealybug and Echinothrips biocontrol product called Chrysopa-E, which uses the egg stage of the lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea, instead of the larval stage used previously. Even better, the new product provides greater efficacy at less cost. The product can be used preventatively, as well as to knock down a growing infestation. The new product is delivered in a 90-ml canister containing 100,000 eggs versus the larval product that ships in a 6-liter bucket containing 10,000 larvae. The larval product will still be available, though, for use on hotspots.
 

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GrowerTalks January 2022 Page: 82 - Reader Service number: 151
Koppert Biological Systems
28465 BEVERLY DRIVE
ROMULUS, MI
US
48174
www.koppert.com

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