The good bugs

Natural & safe predators we use for pest control, this method can greatly reduce pesticide usage making for a healthier and happier plant!


Injects larvae into aphids and can parasitize up to 300 pests


These fast acting bugs sniff out aphid colonies and lay about 70 eggs in the infested area. In 2-4 days the larvae hatch and consume around 80 aphids each


A general predator that attacks aphids, spider mites, insect eggs, and are the only biocontrol agent that feeds on adult thrips. Can also feed on pollen if there aren't any bugs to eat

Amblyseius Swirskii

These mites are great for population control for Thrips by consuming 5 to 6 larvae a day, used mainly during summer

Amblyseius Cucumeris

Similar to the Amblyseius Swirskii, but can eat second instar Thrips and in the absence of prey they will feed on pollen, best if used in Spring

Green Lace Wing

The "Aphid Lion" is a predator that paralyses and drains the fluids from it's victim and can consume up to 200 aphids a week


These soil dwelling beetles prey upon mites and other small insects like thrips and fungus gnats


A soil dwelling mite that feeds on fungus gnats, thrips, and other small insects. They will spend their whole life cycle in the soil and can live up to a week without food

Guinea Fowl

These African natives can live up to 15 years. They prey on most insects, wasp nests, snakes and other vermin. They can also work as alarms for other bothersome predators