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Amblyline - bran-vermiculite - 1000 Sachet on stick

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Amblyline - bran-vermiculite - 1000 Sachet on stick

Item no. 210102185
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Amblyseius cucumeris 

Amblyline contains the predatory mite Amblyseius (Neoseiulus) cucumeris of the family Phytoseiidae. A. cucumeris is probably the best known predatory mite against thrips. The predatory mites run all over the plant and are always looking for food. Besides thrips, A. cucumeris can also survive on pollen and can therefore be used preventively in pollen-producing crops. Amblyseius cucumeris does no damage to the crop or flowers. The predatory mites mainly eat the first larval stage of thrips. In addition, they have a strong side effect on spider mites. Because of their short life cycle they can multiply quickly, their number is part of their strength.
Amblyline should be used in an early stage of pest development. The predatory mite can be used in many different crops where thrips occur.

Product characteristics

  • Predatory mites can be used preventively
  • Ideal for the protection of the individual plant
  • Takes up little space on the tray or pot
  • Water resistant, i.e. protected during above-ground water application 

Amblyline is supplied per 1000 grow bags on a stick (each bag has a minimum result of 250 predatory mites). The contents of a sachet consists of various stages of Cucumeris predatory mites, feed mites and carrier (bran). In the bags there is continuous production of Amblyseius cucumeris. During a long period of time, dosed predatory mites are released from the small holes in the sachet. The bags are provided with a stick which makes it easy to introduce the predatory mites into the pot or tray.

Amblyline is also available as:

CRS: grow bag with a hook (minimum result of 1000 predatory mites). Used in vegetable, ornamental and soft fruit crops. Hang the bag with the hook on the stem, a branch or wire.

Mini: small grow bags with a hook.  More sachets with fewer predatory mites provides more expansion points, allowing a better distribution of predatory mites throughout the crop.

Bugline: a ribbon with culture cells. Used in crops that grow in beds / rows or on plant tables. Place the ribbon horizontally between the crop with the printed side up. 

Loose material: For a quick introduction of predatory mites. Due to the composition of the carrier, the material can be both scattered and blown.

Instructions for use
Product is used in the multiplication (trays / pots) and strawberries on racks. Intended to protect the indvidual plant from thrips from day 1. Place the stick in the growing substrate close to the plant. The stick ensures that the bag will take up little space on the pot or tray. Because of the extra water resistance of the sachet, the product can be used in crops where water is given from above. Try to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible during introduction.

Storage and transport
Upon receipt, check the product for discrepancies and report any complaints or comments within 24 hours. Preferably use the product immediately. If storage is required, the product should be stored horizontally and in a dark place in a ventilated room at a temperature of 15-18°C and an air humidity of 70-80% for a maximum of 24 hours. If the product is stored longer and/or under different conditions Royal Brinkman is not liable for any loss of quality.

This product will not necessarily be approved or authorized in your country.
Please check with the appropriate authority in your country as to whether you may legally use this product.
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