bioline syngenta

greenwitch7March 13, 2014

Hi y'all, I just wanted to know if anybody has seen this stuff, or if I am way out of the loop! I bought a strawberry plant the other day and I noticed a paper packet on it when I got home. Figured, plant food.... still, I checked the internet anyway. It seems to be predatory insects that are timed to hatch out to eat the specific insects that prey on my new plant! Wow, I didn't know that they could do that. .. Has anyone seen , used, or heard of this??????

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pirate_girl(Zone7 NYC)

No, no & no, I'd do some research (yes, as you're doing) before considering getting involved w/ them. I'd also ask where I bought the plant, since that's who provided it.

    Bookmark   March 13, 2014 at 6:18PM
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Hi, I love predatory insects.A lot of greenhouses use them, so all the harmful chemicals don't have to be used.
The one is used to help with 6 weeks of Thrips control.

    Bookmark   March 14, 2014 at 3:26PM
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