Parasitic Wasps

We offer a wide range of parasitic wasps that target aphids, whiteflies, and leaf miners.

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BioAnagyrus (Anagyrus vladimiri) is a solitary endoparasitoid of mealybugs in greenhouses, open fields, and fruit crops worldwide. Their primary targets are mealybugs. 
BioAphidius (Aphytis melinus) is a parasitic wasp used in the control of California red scale (Aonidiella aurantii), oleander scale (Aspidiotus nerii) and oriental scale (Aonidiella orientalis). Their primary targets are aphids.
BioErvi is an effective parasitic wasp for larger aphid species that are not effectively controlled by Aphidius colemani such as potato aphids (Macrosiphum euphorbiae), foxglove aphids (Aulacorthum solani) as well as pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum) and can also parasitize cannabis aphids (Phorodon cannabis).
BioEncarsia (Encarsia formosa) is a parasitic wasp of the Aphelinidae family. Whiteflies are the primary target of the BioEncarsia.

BioEretmocerus (Eretmocerus eremicus) is a parasitic wasp used for the control of sweet potato whitefly and greenhouse whitely.
BioDiglyphus (Diglyphus isaea) is an ectoparasitic wasp that parasitizes leaf miner larvae in field and greenhouse crops.