NemaKnights™ Nematodes Biological Fungus Gnat, Thrips and Root Aphid Control

SKU: 54827

280g bottle

Despatches From 10th April 2024.


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Sale price£20.95

NemaKnightsTM gives you a natural, biological control of a Fungus Gnat (adults and larvae) Thrips Control, Root Aphid and larval soil pests in containers and gardens indoor and outdoor. 100% Pesticide free. This extended, slow-release control is a safe alternative to chemicals, harmless to wildlife, pets, and humans, will not washaway. Safe to use on edible crops.

Simply flip open the cap, shake the pearls into the infested region, and spray with water. No need to keep in a refrigerator with 6 months shelf live. Treats 90sq m/969sq ft, or up to 50 planters indoor and outdoor.

Application rate: 5g/0.5tsp per plant

Treat as needed or every 2 weeks when temperature reaches 8°C.

NemaKnightsTM is based on encapsulated Nematodes steinernema feltiae.

How to use:

Simply open easy flip lid and shake the pearls around plants infested by Fungus Gnats, Thrips and Root Aphids. Spray with water.

Treat as needed or every 1-2 weeks.

Use for spot treatment or mix into soil.

When to use:

Once soil is above 8°C, throughout the growing season April to October, whenever pests are visible and feeding. The best time is in the early morning or evening because the nematodes are sensitive to ultraviolet rays.

When used indoors it can be used throughout the year as preventative measure or when the infestation occurs.

Using the NemaKnights Fungus Gnat control can act as a preventative measure against fungus gnat populations. Beneficial nematodes for fungus gnats allow the issue to be solved at the source as the fungus gnat larvae are eliminated by the nematode once it’s released by the adults. This stops the replication cycle and eventually eliminates the pest once the adults perish.

Nematodes are microscopic naturally occurring soil organisms in the worm family (insect parasitic) which seek out larval stage of soil insects & in the case of slugs infect all stages of the insect. Once a nematode infects a bug, the bacteria released can kill the host in 24-48 hours. Nematodes will survive in the soil as long as there are insects to reproduce in.

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