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Mealybugs Control

Mealybugs is a pest insect that occurs in both ornamental plants and fruiting vegetables. The most common species in covered crops is the citrus mealybug. Royal Brinkman offers a wide range of mealybug treatment products for professional greenhouse horticulture.
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Mealybug biological control 

Mealybug is one of the most common pests in covered crops in horticulture. Mealybugs are difficult to control with chemical pesticides because of their protective wool layer. A pesticide against mealybugs therefore often does not work well enough. However, biological control of mealybugs can be done with the help of natural enemies, including parasitic wasps and predatory beetles. Royal Brinkman offers, among other things, biological insects from Agrobio that can control mealybugs. Cryptocontrol, containing the predatory beetle Cryptolaeumus montrouzieri, is often used as a natural enemy of mealybugs. The young larvae of the predatory beetle prefer the eggs and larvae of the mealy bug, where the large larvae eat all stages of the pest. The predatory beetle and parasitic wasp are best released at a cool time of day and close to mealybug hot spots. In this way you can effectively control mealybugs in the crop. 

Recognising and signalling mealybugs 

It is very important to detect and recognise mealybugs in good time. This can prevent damage to the crop as much as possible. Mealybugs suck up plant juices, which weaken the plant, resulting in reduced growth, deformation and/or yellowing of the leaves. Read the article on how to recognise and signal mealybugs in time. 

Buy crop protection products against mealybugs 

Would you like to use crop protection products to control mealybugs? And do you have questions about biological mealybug control or would you like more information? Then please contact our specialists. They will be happy to advise you about the possibilities of biological control of mealybugs. 


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