For the control of Thrips

Thrips are identified by their long, slender bodies and are easily identified by streaks of silvery/white speckles left on leaves. These pesky little pests wreak havoc by piercing the leaf surface and sucking the sap from flowers and leaves, causing extensive damage.

There are two species of thrips are commonly found on greenhouse plants; Western Flower Thrips (WFT) and onion or tobacco thrips. WFT can also transmit Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus on chrysanthemums and many other crops.

So how do you get rid of these thirsty little thrips? We've got some tiny garden superheroes in the form of predatory mites that are ready to save the day. Ambyline contains predatory mites (Amblyseius cucumeris) that feed on young thrips; while Oriline contains a predatory bug called Orius that feasts on adult thrips.

Our friendly little predators are simple to release and incredibly effective. Each work similarly, click on a product below to learn more about how to utilise them in your garden or greenhouse.
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