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Case Count


250 Diglyphus Isaea

These small Wasps parasitize Leafminer larvae. The parasitic Wasp lays its eggs in or next to Leafminer larvae of the second and third instar. The young parasite larvae hatch from these eggs, and will then feed on the body fluids of the larvae. It is best to release the Diglyphus as soon as Leafminer feeding marks are present.
Approximately 1 Diglyphus should be released per 10 sq. ft., weekly, for several weeks since the Leafminer pest has a short period of vulnerability to the Diglyphus Wasp.