• See Ladybugs and Green Lacewings in action
         Two beneficial insects in one package. Ladybugs, a favorite “good bug”, when released at sundown (because they don't fly at night), eat aphids, mealy bugs, scale, leaf hoppers, and other soft bodied pests. Green Lacewings are a natural enemy of many pests. The eggs hatch into tiny larvae, known as "Aphid Lions" because of their voracious appetites (devouring as many as 1000 aphids per day). They remain larvae for up to 21 days, crawling around and eating spider mites, thrips, whitefly larvae, moth eggs, and other soft bodied pest.

    Green Lacewings instructions and info in PDF

    Ladybugs instructions and info in PDF

  • Watch Beneficial Nematodes in our short video

  •      Beneficial Nematodes attack more than 230 kinds of soil dwelling and wood boring pests.

    Easy to use, Beneficial Nematodes may be released by spraying with water, mixing with mulch and applying directly to the soil or potting mix, or injecting into burrows.

    Learn all about them in our video.

  • See how Earthworms improve soil and gardens
         Earthworms, commonly known as “red wigglers”, are one of the most effective agents for loosening and aerating the soil. Their burrows make large passageways, lined with the earthworm castings, for roots to grow. In soil where earthworms have been introduced, there are more nutrients and oxygen available for roots, softer soil for improved root growth, and better water retention.

    Learn all about them in our video.

  • Learn all about Mason Bees in our short video 
         Mason Bees are North America’s native pollinator and found naturally in the lower 48 states.

    Mason Bees are excellent pollinators, up to 120 times more effective than honey bees or bumble bees. They emerge early in spring, long before honey bees become active, and typically when fruit trees begin to bloom. All this increased pollination will improve the yield on fruit trees and increase the quantity and quality of blooms on flowering plants and herbs.