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7852 Beneficial Nematodes, 1 million (R3852)



Kill pests in soil

These microscopic "worms" attack and kill over 250 different pest insects in soil, such as fungus gnats, thrips and even cutworms. Beneficial nematodes will attack any pest insect that spends part of its lifecycle resting in soil. They come on a small "sponge" that you rinse out in water. Apply the "nematodes water" to your plants with a watering can, garden sprayer or pump through a fertilizer-injector. Can be stored in refrigerator for 2-3 months. One million treat up to 3,000 sq. ft. For best results repeat applications every 4-6 weeks.

(Not for use in conjuction with Aphid Predators.)

Create a favorable home for your Beneficials ahead of timeā€¦
Reminder-- Beneficial Insects don't tolerate most pesticides very well, so it's very important not to apply residual pesticides (such as Malathion and Sevin) for at least a month before using them. While you're waiting out this month period use soapy water sprays (such as Safers) or Stiky Traps right up to the day you let out the beneficials. Also botanical sprays (derived from Pyrethrin and Rotenone, for example) can be used with a one week wait afterwards. The small amount of time you spend creating more favorable conditions for Beneficial Insects will be well worth your while!

Note: Sorry, not shipped to Canada or Hawaii.

Shipping Note: Two day orders received by noon Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday usually ship that same day. (We do not want to delay your in route shipment over the weekend.) Thursday, Friday and weekend orders are usually shipped the following Monday, so that your bugs arrive fresh and ready to go to work!