Long Life Vine Weevil Nematodes
Use the Neurdorff vine weevil long life nematodes to stop vine weevil destroying the roots of your plants these microscopic transparent worms, Heterorhabditis bacteriophora, which feed and multiply inside the larva, not visible with a hand lens. The nematodes seek out and kill vine weevil larvae.
These nematodes also treat the following pests:
Black vine weevil, asparagus beetle, ant larvae (repels only, does not kill), bagwom, berry root weevil, borers(tree and vine),Citrus root weevil, corn root worm, cranberry root weevil, European Chafer, Flea(adult), Flea beetle, gall midge, grape root borer, Iris borer, Scarabs, Sugarcane stalk borer, Termite(queen), Fungus gnats, sweet potato weevil, ticks and cucumber beetle.
In general, treat when larvae are present and activley feeding, usually from April until late June and again in August through to September.
These nematodes are very susceptible to UV light and should be applied in the evening or on cloudy/overcast days.
Can be stored between 10-30 degrees.
Nematode Type: Heterorhabditis bacteriophora
Expiry date is 7th of August 2019.
1.Water the soil: vine weevil nematodes are best applied to pots and soil in flower beds when the soil is wet.
2. Place sachet into the watering can or sprayer: Open bag and place sachets into a NemaSprayer or watering can.
Add water to the top of the Neudorff NemaSprayer and replace lid. Shake vigorously to evenly disperse nematodes. Attach garden hose to the NemaSprayer and turn the valve to fully open to evenly disperse nematodes.
Add water to the watering can and mix vigorously to evenly disperse nematodes.
3. Apply nematodes mixture to the lawn: Start spraying/watering the most affected area of lawn and complete spraying/watering outwards to provide total nematode coverage.
4. Keep area moist for the next 3 days( or a week in dry weather): This ensures nematodes are flushed down into the root zone where feeding grubs are present. After spraying/watering is finished dispose of the used sachets(it is normal for some leftover inert carriers from inside the sachets to remain in the NemaSprayer/watering can).
Stored between 10-30 degrees.Use all at once.