leatherjackets control – 100sqm
Leatherjackets feed on grass roots from September and through to the following summer and are the legless greyish brown larvae of the crane fly (daddy long legs). They pupate in the summer and adults emerge, sometimes in huge numbers in August, ready to lay eggs again. The larvae weaken the lawn which can then be pulled up by birds feeding on the larvae. Larvae may move from lawn areas to neighbouring flower beds.
Control with Parasitic nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) . A microscopic transparent worm that feeds and multiplies within the larvae. Apply mid-September to a well-watered lawn. Best applied in the evening or on a dull day, soil temperature must be at least 10 degrees C. Treatment can be repeated in the spring with severe infestations.
Available from March – April and then September – October.
BC35 50 million pack (treats 100 sqm) £29.99
Biological Controls are only available to be sent to Mainland UK as they are live animals. Any further afield will compromise the performance and the quality of the product.
We have to place our order for Biological Controls & Bumblebees at 9.30 on Friday mornings. When our order is placed on the Friday morning your item will come into us the following week and we send it out immediately so it should be with you by Wednesday or Thursday. If you have any questions please telephone 01302 327311 or email email@example.com