• Nemasys Leatherjacket Killer as mentioned by Helen Yemm in the Saturday Telegraph - CLICK HERE
  • LIVE Ladybirds for controlling aphids are available NOW - CLICK HERE
  • The full range of Nemaslug and Nemasys nematodes are available NOW - CLICK HERE
  • Use Sb Invigorator NATURAL Spray to control pests BEFORE introducing Bio-Controls / Ladybirds - CLICK HERE
  • For the greenhouse - Use Bio-Controls to keep pests under-control - CLICK HERE
  • Our Bio-degradable Weedkiller is the NATURAL way to keep weeds under-control - CLICK HERE
  • Ladybird Breeding Kits are available NOW  - CLICK HERE
   

Help and advice

Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • Customer Question - Box Tree Moth Nematodes

    Q. "Is your nematode for box tree moth Bacillus thuringensis? I haven't seen any yet, but reckon it may be good to be prepared if the nematodes work." Judith Davies A. Thanks for the message and the nematodes and the Bacillus product are 2 separate products. Bacillus is not approved...
  • Customer Question - Lacewing Larvae and Provado Insecticide

    Q. "2 days ago I sprayed my apple tree with Provado fruit & veg. bug killer. How soon can I order and use lacewing larvae on the tree?" Wendy Mitchell A. Thanks for the message and I have checked on the website and although it is an insecticide, it breaks...
  • Customer Question - British Ladybirds?

    Q. "Hi there, Are the ladybirds British ladybirds?" Alison Gomez-Russell. A. Thanks for the message and yes we only supply native Adalia Bipunctata 2 Spot Ladybirds which are native to the UK. CLICK HERE to find out more about our BRITISH Ladybirds
  • Customer Question - Controlling Flea Beetle

    Q. "Hi Jon, Any tips on getting rid of flea beetles?" Andy A. Thanks for the message and Flea Beetle is hard to control as it is like 2 pests in 1 i.e. it overwinters as a beetle and it is the beetle that attacks the foliage of brassicas and...
  • Harlequin Ladybirds

    One of the things I get the most questions about at this time of year is Harlequin Ladybirds, so I thought I would answer some of these questions as a BLOG about how to identify them, why they are a problem, what to do with them if you find them...
  • Customer Question - Are VW Traps safe for ladybirds etc?

    Q. "The word traps worries me. Does this mean that ladybirds, bees etc could also get caught in these? I have a lot of ladybirds in my garden and would not like to kill any of them." P J Loyd A. Thanks for the message and it is called a...

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