Insect Killer: Buy Here
Aphids are a “sap sucking” insects. Aphids have also been known to carry viruses, which can pose a serious problems.
Ladybugs: Buy Here
Ladybugs when released at sundown (because they don’t fly at night), ladybugs eat aphids, mealy bugs, scale, leaf hoppers, various plant-eating worms and other destructive soft-bodied pests. And they keep on eating until the bad guys are gone.
Earthworms: Buy Here
Earthworms burrow 24 hours a day, aerating the soil to allow easier root growth and improve water retention. They also speed up the decomposition process in cold composting.
Beneficial Nematodes: Buy Here
Beneficial nematodes destroy more than 230 different kinds of soil-dwelling and wood-boring insects, including Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat and more...
Mealybug Destroyers: Buy Here
Called mealybug destroyers because of their voracious appetite for mealybugs, but they also eat aphids, immature scale and immature whitefly.
Delphastus: Buy Here
Delphastus is a small, shiny black beetle that feeds on several species of whitefly, including greenhouse, sweetpotato (silverleaf) and avocado whitefly.
Encarsia: Buy Here
Encarsia formosa is a parasite of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum, a pest of many plants in indoor and outdoor gardens.
Green lacewing: Buy Here
Green lacewing larvae are known as aphid lions because they can devour as many as 1,000 aphids per day.
Predatory mites: Buy Here
Predatory mites are adult mites that hunt and kill pest mites, particularly the common spider mite.
Trichogramma: Buy Here
Trichogramma are effective destroyers of caterpillar and moth eggs
Praying Mantis: Buy Here
Praying Mantis it will attack just about any insect in its path, which unfortunately includes other beneficial insects.
Eliminator: Buy Here
Spider Mites are a “sap sucking” insect. And have also been known to carry viruses, which can pose a serious problems.