The Amblyseius andersonii (Typhlodromus potentillae) is a predatory mite that feeds mostly on spider and russet mites. This gluttonous mite will also eat pollen if live prey are not readily available. Andersonii are ravenous and very effective in both outbreak and preventative applications.
Dosage - The information given here is a general guideline. Release rates can be affected by the stage/size of the cannabis plant, climate conditions, and level of infestation.
For small plants, apply 20 A. andersonii per plant, per vertical foot. On larger plants use 50-100 A. andersonii per plant, per vertical foot, weekly until the percentage of leaves with predators is greater than that with pest mites.
Bulk BRAN material - The predatory mites are packed per 25,000 in a practical 1L sprinkler tube with a bran carrier. Though a dosage lid the mites are spread on the leaves.
Breeding System - Sachets can be hung on plants with hook near top of plant. Sachets last for approximately four weeks. Do not open or puncture sachet as the hole provided is specifically engineered to produce optimum breeding conditions inside the sachet.
Can be stored at 15°c and 75-85% humidity for up to 2 days. Sachets will product breeding bugs up until the expiration date.