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  1. What Every Gardener Should Know About Earthworms

    What Every Gardener Should Know About Earthworms

    $3.95

    By Dr. Henry Hopp. A report on earthworms by Dr. Henry Hopp, who is considered the worlds leading authority on earthworms and gardening. Learn More
  2. TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS (S. prestiosum for gardens)

    TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS (S. prestiosum for gardens)

    $17.50

    These tiny wasps have a wingspread of about 1/50 of an inch and are a very efficient destroyer of eggs of more than 200 species of moths and butterflies which are leaf eaters in the larval stage, e.g. armyworm, bagworm, European corn borer, cutworm, tomato hornworm, and cabbage looper. Choose wasps for gardens or orchards. Shipped as pupae in host eggs; 5000 of them glued to a one inch paper square. 15,000 pupae. Learn More
  3. TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS (S. minutum for orchards.)

    TRICHOGRAMMA WASPS (S. minutum for orchards.)

    $17.50

    These tiny wasps have a wingspread of about 1/50 of an inch and are a very efficient destroyer of eggs of more than 200 species of moths and butterflies which are leaf eaters in the larval stage, e.g. armyworm, bagworm, European corn borer, cutworm, tomato hornworm, and cabbage looper. Choose wasps for gardens or orchards. 15,000 pupae. Shipped as pupae in host eggs; 5000 of them glued to a one inch paper square. Includes shipping. Learn More
  4. PRAYING MANTIS

    PRAYING MANTIS

    $20.50

    Tenodera aridifolia sinensis
    It is fascinating to see thousands of these tiny predators hatch out of their egg cases. They start out eating aphids and move on to anything smaller than they are, beneficial or not. Good for greenhouses, not winter hardy. Fun for children! Includes shipping. Learn More
  5. Pest-Proofing Your Garden

    Pest-Proofing Your Garden

    $3.95

    By Ruth Harley. How to avoid problems with pests likes rabbits, deer, and raccoons. Learn More
  6. LADYBUGS for sucking insects

    LADYBUGS for sucking insects

    $37.00

    Ravenous ladybugs arrive in your mailbox ready to eat many times their weight in aphids daily. They can sleep in your refrigerator and be released over a 30-day period. Instructions included. Shipped to you when the bugs swarm in California (this is also when it warms up in northern states), usually at the end of May unless otherwise requested. Be patient, the ladybug migration isn't always on schedule. Covers 2500 sq ft. Includes shipping. Learn More
  7. GUARDIAN BENEFICIAL NEMATODES

    GUARDIAN BENEFICIAL NEMATODES

    $36.50

    Steinernema carpocapsae
    Controls over 250 soil inhabiting insects that eat root crops! These almost invisible critters hunt down and kill cutworms, roots maggots, wireworms, flea beetles, raspberry cane borers, and strawberry weevils, but leave earthworms alone. In lawns and ornamentals, they kill codling moth larvae, gypsy moth larvae, pine weevils, poplar clearwing borers, bag worms, and more! Can be applied with sprayer or watering can. Treats 2500 square feet. Do NOT use in conjunction with Diatomaceous Earth, which will kill the nematodes. New application kit takes 1 minute to mix. Comes with release instructions. All orders shipped after April 15. Includes shipping. Learn More
  8. GREEN LACEWINGS for sucking insects

    GREEN LACEWINGS for sucking insects

    $29.50

    Also known as "aphid lions," these beautiful insects feed on aphids, mites, thrips, scale insects, and many insect eggs. Upon arrival, release eggs or larvae where pests occur. Juveniles will search for prey up to 100 feet. Adults feed on honeydew, nectar and pollen. Shipped fresh from the lab to your home. Learn More
  9. GRASSHOPPER SEMASPORE (Bulk)

    GRASSHOPPER SEMASPORE (Bulk)

    $61.00

    Nosema locustae
    A disease causing protozoa that is spread by inoculated wheat bran. Grasshoppers weaken and succumb to predatory instincts or other grasshoppers. Grown in Bozeman, Montana; shipped fresh to you from the lab. Most effective on young (1/2" long) hoppers. Premixed on wheat bran, can be spread by hand on the ground and in your garden. Includes shipping. 5lbs Learn More
  10. GRASSHOPPER SEMASPORE

    GRASSHOPPER SEMASPORE

    $33.00

    Nosema locustae
    A disease causing protozoa that is spread by inoculated wheat bran. Grasshoppers weaken and succumb to predatory instincts or other grasshoppers. Grown in Bozeman, Montana; shipped fresh to you from the lab. Most effective on young (1/2" long) hoppers. Premixed on wheat bran, can be spread by hand on the ground and in your garden. Includes shipping. 1 lb treats 15,000 sq ft Learn More

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