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What Green Lacewings prefer to kill:
Green Lacewings possess a ravenous appetite for aphids, establishing themselves as one of the most effective predators for combating this pest. Beyond aphids, they exhibit versatility in consuming a diverse array of other pests, including thrips, mealybugs, spider mites, leafhopper nymphs, diamondback moths, and Asian-citrus psyllids. While some natural enemies may specialize in particular pests, lacewings remain a valuable asset in any integrated pest management strategy. Their significance is amplified for organic growers seeking effective pest control options, as well as for pests lacking specific natural predators.
Some crops Green Lacewings call home:
Green Lacewings are not picky about their habitat and can thrive in a variety of crops. They are often released in vineyards, orchards, leafy greens, various vegetables, cannabis, hemp, and many other crops due to their adaptability as a generalist predator.
Green Lacewings’ preferred environmental conditions:
Green Lacewings tolerate a wide range of temperatures but are most active at an average temperature above 54°F. They perform best around 68-90°F.
Can Green Lacewings be released by drone?
Yes, Green Lacewings can be released by drone, both at the eggs and larvae stages.
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