Biogroei Forni Mite Californicus Predatory Mite

  • Article code: 210000000944
  • EAN: 5430000006316

• Biological control and prevention of spider mites • Available in sprinkle tubes of 2,000, 10,000 or 25,000 pieces • Also available in grow bags per 100 pieces


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Biogroei Forni Mite Californicus Predatory Mite

Forni-mite californicus Predatory mite against red spider mite

  • Spider mite control with biologically predatory mite
  • Also suitable for prevention of spider mites by treating your plants in advance
  • Spider prevention is better than cure

New "Forni-mite sachets" or "Californicus sachets"

In addition to the existing sleeves can Forni-mite mites will now provide in culture bags. They are small bags containing eggs, larvae and adult mites which, depending on the temperature is released within 1 to 2 weeks and have an operating time of no less than 6 weeks.

Cultivation Bags:

  • You hang one bag per sqm or per plant if the plant does not stand against each other.
  • A very good preventive and curative control of spider mites.


  • Use of up to 400 pieces per m 2 at present for deterioration
  • Up to 200 pieces per m2 preventive.

Californicus can also survive on a diet of plant residues causing a preventive approach possible. Well together to put out the Soni-Mite system to a severe infestation.


BIOLOGY Amblyseius californicus:

We distinguish five different stages can be very mobile predatory mite, viz.: Egg, larva, protonymph, deutonymf and adult. The adult predatory mite lives about 20 days of which 14 days she lays eggs (average 3 per day). An adult Californicus predatory mite can consume daily 5 adult spider mites and also a number of eggs and larvae.


Amblyseius californicus can be used in a variety of vegetable, fruit and ornamentals and nursery plants against different types of mites (spider mites, inter alia, cyclamen mite, etc.).

Especially in crops where the temperature and / or relative humidity variations Californicus will feel much better than Phytoseiulus. Contrary to Phytoseiulus Californicus can survive much longer without food. Californicus can also survive on a diet without causing spins a preventive approach is possible.


Amblyseius californicus is available per 1,000, 2,000, 10,000 or 25,000 (nymphs and adults) mixed with vermiculite.

It is also to obtain the predatory mite in 100 culture bags (approximately 25,000 predatory mites).

Maximum keep several days at 6-8 ° C and RH & gt;. 85%

Note: This product will be sent by parcel post and must be accepted in person at the door. Raja Trading assumes no responsibility if the package is not adopted by you and therefore will return and perishes.

Forni Mite can be sent to one degree or 6. Once the freeze is in principle nothing sent.

Natural enemies for indoor and outdoor use as biological control. View our website for more information and prices or call 026-8200295 for inquiries.



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