Use in greenhouse vegetable and flower crops to manage both thrips and whiteflies as part of an IPM program. Introductions can be made before pests are observed, especially if pollen is available. They can be used in combination with other predators and parasites for maximum effectiveness.
Note: Amblyseius swirskii is a general predator that will eat several other pests when food sources are low (ex. two-spotted mites, broad mites and cyclamen mites); but is not recommended as the sole predator for these pests as its preference is thrips and whiteflies.
Available as sprinkler material ( 25000, 250000) and sachets.