Parasitic Wasp Muscidifurax Raptorellus
****THIS PRODUCT HAS A 2 WEEK LEAD TIME
Mode of action
When the adult parasitic wasps emerge from the pupal shells, they will start searching for fly pupae to parasitize. After parasitism, wasps of the new generation can be expected in approximately 2-3 weeks.
Best used: on Stable Flies (Musca domestica and Fannia spp.) and biting stable flies (Stomoxys spp.) on dry manure.
400 ml cardboard tube, containing parasitized fly pupae, from which 15,000 parasitic wasps hatch.
Biopar XL 150,000
3.3L cardboard tube, containing parasitized fly pupae, from which 150,000 parasitic wasps hatch.
- Distribute the material in heaps near to the places where the flies pupate and cover with 5-10 cm of straw
- Make sure the material is distributed on dry places or on dry(er) manure
- Place close to stable walls or edges, or in furrows
- Start introduction as soon as flies can be expected
The information given below is merely indicative. Tailored advice requires detailed info on local factors such as (climatic) conditions and the level of infestation.
- Cattle: 200-400/animal
- Calves: 800-1,000/animal
- Horses: 200-500/animal
- Pigs: 200-500/animal
- Sheep and goats: 400-800/animal
- Chicken: 2-10/animal
Repeat introductions according to tailored advice.