Nematode- Steinernema


Predatory Steinernema nematodes that control many different soil dwelling pests


Steinernema feltiae predatory nematodes are microscopic, non-segmented roundworms that live in the soil and prey on MANY different soft bodies insects and grubs such as; Wireworm, Root aphids, Fungus Gnats, Shoreflies, Thrips.

The nematodes enter the insect through their mouth, spiracles (respiratory openings), or directly through the body wall of the pest. They have a beneficial bacteria in their gut that is released inside the insect, which kills the insect, then they use the host to feed on and reproduce.


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10 million, 2.5 million, 5 million