Ladybird Larvae

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Ladybirds are the best known beneficial insect and a welcome sight in the garden, where they happily munch away on greenfly and other tasty pests. By releasing Ladybirds (available as adults or larvae) in your garden you can boost their numbers, which will lead to a permanent decrease in the number of pests in your garden – each ladybird will eat about 5000 aphids and will soon produce ladybird larvae which in turn also eat aphids.
Adult Ladybirds and Ladybird Larvae – Ladybirds are the best known beneficial insect and a welcome sight in the garden, where they happily munch away on greenfly and other tasty pests. Each ladybird will eat about 5000 aphids and will soon produce ladybird larvae which in turn also eat aphids. By releasing ladybirds (available as adults or larvae) in your garden you can boost their numbers and help nature help you control pests. Increasing the number of ladybirds in your garden will lead to a permanent decrease in the number of pests in your garden.
Control Aphids outdoors by releasing  Ladybirds   as adults and larvae.
Aphids (both greenfly and blackfly) are a big problem in gardens. Ladybirds love to eat aphids, but they can be scarce. Help nature by introducing extra ladybirds (available as adults and larvae) into your garden from May onwards.

For light infestations on a spread of garden plants simply place  adult ladybirds  around the garden to search out the pests.
For moderate infestations concentrated on a few plants use  ladybird larvae  placed directly onto the infected plants.
For a bit of both use  the  ladybird family

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Description

Ladybird Larvae – The larvae look nothing like their parents, but they have the same appetite for soft -bodied garden pests such as aphids (greenfly and blackfly). Each ladybird larvae will eat a large number of pests before pupating and emerging as a ladybird. As they are supplied as larvae, they are ideal for releasing directly onto plants heavily infected with aphids – as they they are unable to fly and will stay where you put them. Supplied in trays of 50, they are sent by 1st class post ready for release directly into your garden. Introduce ladybird larvae anytime between May and September. Ladybird Larvae are available for release anytime between May and September

Please Note: Due to high demand and the nature of this product there may be a delay in shipping.  Any orders placed may be delayed until the following Tuesday / Wednesday.  If you have any questions regarding this then please contact us before purchase.

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Weight0.005 kg
Size

100 larvae plus bag, 50 larvae

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