Buy Do It Yourself Lacebug Control, Professional Grade Lacebug Killer Spray
Lacebugs are a common bug on many trees and shrubs. Much like other piercing/sucking insects, they usually feed on the underside of foliage and cause stippling of leaves that are being fed on. Stippling is the appearance leaves get when affected by piercing/sucking insects and makes the leaf look like it has thousands a small, white bleached out dots. Since many different insects cause similar damage, looking at the underside of leaves can help ID lacebugs. As their name implies, the wings of adult lace bugs give a clear, lacelike appearance to the bug over its body. In addition to this, they will leave very dark excerement on the leaves below them, though this will be in black specks as opposed to sooty mold on honeydew, which tends to cover most of a leaf. While lace bugs are often not too harmful in the landscape, bad infestations can certainly damage plants and populations in greenhouse settings can be very harmful. When trying to treat lace bugs in your landscape there are many professional grade, broad-spectrum insecticides up to the task and in the greenhouse setting total release aerosols can be a thorough, efficient option.
Acelepryn – Liquid Grub Control
Acelepryn is the latest in preventive grub control and has quickly become the industry standard. Acelepryn is one of the safest insecticides you can apply, and doesn’t even have a Caution word on its label. In addition to being the best control available for preventing white grubs, it is pollinator-safe, a huge improvement over older products for our environment. Over the last few years its no secret the most common preventive grub control on the market has started to show break through, particularly in areas with populations of the Oriental Beetle. Acelepryn does a great job on all white grub populations when applied early enough and watered in. When used according to instructions, Acelepryn is without question the best product available today to prevent grub damage and activity on your lawn. Even better, this 4 oz packaging allows homeowners to now use the same liquid formulation that was previously only available to professionals, golf courses, and sports turf. This liquid formulation is also excellent for control of carterpillars, bag worms, lacebugs, aphids, birch leafminer, and borer larvae on ornamental plants in the landscape and in greenhouses.
Essentria IC3 is an organic insecticide for the control of many flying and crawling insects including ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, bed bugs and many more. Essentria is safe to be used in homes and food preparation settings and the ideal product to use in organic gardens and organic pest control in general.