aka Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) potentillae and Amblyseius (Euseius) andersoni
(controls Russet Mites, Broad Mites, Spider Mites, Gall Mites, and Thrips)
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Amblyseius andersoni is a spider mite predator that is commonly found in orchards and vineyards in humid regions of the eastern Atlantic. It is suitable for use on ornamental and fruit trees such as apples and performs very well against two spotted spider mites on roses. It is active in a very wide temperature range
Amblyseius andersoni is polyphagous and omnivorous; deriving its feed from multiple sources including mites, thrips, fungi, and pollen. This feed flexibility enables it to remain on your plants even after there are no pests left to consume. Amblyseius andersoni predatory mites are active within the lowest and broadest temperature range from 42 degrees F to 100 degrees F. During periods of low temperatures or short photoperiods (less than 10 hours of light) they will go dormant until conditions change.
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- Brand: Nature's Control
- Product Code: Amblyseius andersoni
- Availability: In Stock
- 1 or more $2.00
- 50 or more $1.50
- 100 or more $1.25
- 1000 or more $1.15
Tags: Typhlodromus Amblyseius potentillae, Amblyseius Euseius andersoni, predatory mites, russet mites, broad mites, spider mites, spidermites, Amblyseius andersoni, andersonii, thrips, gall mites, fruit trees, roses, ornamental, anystis, crazee, spider mite predators, Anystis baccarum, apples, thrip control