Digline I (Diglyphus isaea) Vial of 250 Adults
The wasp parasite larvae then feed on the leafminer larvae. Adult females kill and feed directly on small leafminer host larvae that are too small to support a developing parasite larva.
|Width||0.0000||Activity / Control||Liriomyza (Tomato Leaf miner) and Phytomyza (Chrysanthemum Leaf miner).|
|Application Method||Ideal for use from mid-February in heated crops and April in unheated crops. Establishment will only occur if the wasp is released when sufficient numbers of reasonable sized larvae are present within the crop.||Application Rate||1 wasp per 1 m2 every week for 3 to 4 weeks.|
|Technical Comments||Several species of leaf miners are found in the UK on a wide range of crops but all produce the characteristic 'mines' within the leaf, in which the larvae feed. Adult feeding produces small discrete white spots (1 mm diameter) on the leaves, usually on the upper leaf surface.||Volume||0.000000|
|VolumeUnit (lt or m3)||CubicMeters||Weight||0.019000|
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