PREDATORY MITES IN BOTTLES vs SLOW RELEASE SACHETS
BOTTLED MITES
Best choice for an active infestation.
Our adult predatory mites are a natural tool to help cure an active infestation of mites. These tiny predators feed on all life stages of unwanted pests in your garden and help to balance the ecosystem. Our beneficial insects work quickly to reduce light to moderate infestations. With heavier infestations, increase in quantity and frequency may be required.
 

 

SLOW RELEASE SACHETS
Don't fight pests, prevent them.
Avoiding garden pests is far easier than dealing with an outbreak of bad bugs - be proactive by preventing the problem. Our sachets are filled with a blend of predatory mites in a variety of life stages, providing a slow release of pest control into your garden. When it comes to having a healthy garden, preventative care is key. Introduce monthly as part of your IPM program.

 

PRO TIPS
  • For complete control of a spider mite infestation, use in conjunction with Stethorus punctillum, an effective predatory beetle with a large appetite that will also feed on aphids.

  • For complete control of a spider mite infestation, use in conjunction with Feltiella acarisuga, an effective predator of spider mites that can fly.

  • GOOD BUG SUPPLEMENTAL DIET
    Maintaining your growing operation relies on well-fed beneficial insects as your natural defenders. By providing dependable food sources, you enhance their strength and effectiveness. Our Good Bug Supplemental Diet combines Ephestia and Artemia - which are highly nutritional food sources rich in proteins, lipids, and essential fatty acids. Packaged on easy-to-use hanging tabs!

  • BOTTLED MITE HANGING BOXES
    Use NaturesGoodGuys Hanging Boxes to introduce your predators without making a mess! Hanging boxes help you concentrate predators on infested areas and help to keep your product dry.

  • CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY

    If you've recently used pesticides, be sure to check the chemical compatibility with your predatory mites. We've compiled a list of some common chemicals as a resource.

    Preditory Mite Chemical Compatibility