Amblyseius andersoni Sachets


Case Count: Sold Individually. This item does not qualify for our assisted freight program.


Amblyseius andersoni Sachets

Release Rates:
For sachets, hang 1 sachet per 6 sq.ft., but may increase to 1 per plant, depending on crop.  Hatches for several weeks!

Target Pests:   
Broad Mites, Cyclamen Mites, Hemp Russet Mites, Red Spider Mites, Tomato Russet Mites, Rust Mites, Gall Mites, Eriophyis Mites, Thrips and Two-spotted Spider Mites. When these pests aren't around A. andersoni can consume pollen.

Amblyseius Andersoni appear commonly in parts of  North America and Europe. They are generally located in areas with concentrations of grape and apple production, but can also be found in various soft fruits, peaches, and even certain conifers. The Andersoni preys on multiple species of small arthropods and pollen.   The adult Andersoni has a light beige pigment, and average in size a little less than 1 mm long. Andersoni females can lay approximately 35 eggs throughout their lifetime. Initially the younger larvae will only have 6 legs. Upon entering its next 2 nymph stages; the Andersoni will obtain a total of 8 legs.