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NEMASYS® BENEFICIAL G NEMATODES

Nemasys® G Beneficial Nematodes

Nemasys G Heterorhabditis bacteriophora beneficial nematodes help provide biological control of larval, or white grub, stages of European chafers, Oriental beetles and Japanese beetles.

Beneficial nematodes are microscopic worms that attack and kill targeted insects, without affecting any other organisms. Within the infected insect, the beneficial nematodes continually reproduce and then spread out for long-term control.

See our product tech sheet for suggested application rates under our research library.

Package sizes include trays of 50 million and 250 million nematodes.

Always read and follow label directions.

Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org

Nemasys® beneficial nematodes are registered material for use in organic agriculture by the Washington State Department of Agriculture

Tips and Best Practices

This series of four videos on proper handling and application of Nemasys® beneficial nematodes is expertly presented by Jen Browning, Technical Service Representative at BASF. You’ll see Jen’s hands-on demonstration of biologicial controls in a greenhouse environment and learn valuable tips that you can integrate into your own operation. 

Nemasys® Beneficial Nematodes: Receiving, Storing and Checking the Viability

What should viable and live nematodes look like? What’s the proper way to refrigerate and transfer them? Watch a hands-on demonstration that covers the fundamentals and takes the guess work out of handling nematodes.

Nemasys® Beneficial Nematodes: Soil Application

Get the best result with your soil application by following these tips for ideal time, temperature, application equipment, proper settings and other valuable application tips.

Nemasys® Beneficial Nematodes: Foliar Application for Western Flower Thrips

What are the specific application tips for controlling Western Flower Thrips? Watch this demonstration of practices you can incorporate in your greenhouse.

Nemasys® Beneficial Nematodes: Best Management Practices

Are my biologicals working? Listen to Jen Browning’s answer to that and other frequently asked questions, including best practices for tank mix compatibility and building biological controls into your integrated pest management program.

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