The nematodes then reproduce inside the dead pest and release a new generation of hungry infective nematodes, which disperse and search for further prey. (Posted on 25/11/2019), Review by Anonymous / To get a full refund, simply return the item to us in its original condition, in its original packaging within 28 days of cancellation. Nemasys vine weevil killer standard pack. How is it sent? Nemasys Vine Weevil Killer is a perishable, living product, so it is sent out fresh by Royal Mail 1st class post. Nemasys® Vine Weevil Killer is a perishable, living product, so it must be used before the expiry date (which is marked on the inside of the pack and will be around 2-3 weeks) and should be stored in the fridge until it is needed. Kills vine weevil grubs and nothing else (safe for children, pets and wildlife). Nemasys Vine Weevil Killer - Nematodes. Apply to pots and open ground March to May and August to October. 4.5 out of 5 stars 805. - Nemasys Vine Weevil Killer is easy to use. Nemasys Vine Weevil Killer 100sqm. If you want to apply nematodes to your greenhouse when the outdoor soil temperature is <5ºC (40ºF) please see our underglass/indoor usage category - all nematodes featured in this section are sent 365 days a year. For pot application, measure 10% of the pot volume and apply an equivalent amount of nematode solution i.e for a 10 litre pot apply 1 litre of solution. See our privacy policy for details. Being a perishable, living product, it must be used before the expiry date (which is marked on the inside of the pack and will be at least 2 weeks) and it must be stored in the fridge until it is needed. The nematodes then reproduce inside the insect and release a new generation of infective juveniles, which disperse in search of further larvae. 89. Nemasys® Beneficial Nematodes: Soil Application. Following the story of Engenia® herbicide through 2018 and beyond, Introducing the PR team: Taylor Johnson & Kim Branch, Missouri growers find success with dicamba technology, Welcome to the BASF Media-Exclusive Newsletter, From plant to harvest: Iowa grower talks Poncho® Votivo® 2.0 seed treatment system*, Iowa farm creates a plan to sustain its bottom line, Dr. Tyson Raper named 2019 Cotton Extension Specialist of the Year, Public relations tells the story of BASF Agricultural Solutions, BASF seeks 1000 new participants for 2019 #MonarchChallenge, BASF hosts cotton growers participating in variety trials for educational summit, Wheat growers gathered in Bismarck, North Dakota, for Wheat U, Introducing the BASF PR team: Casey Allen, The benefits of planting your soybean seed earlier, In case you missed it: Engenia label updates for 2019, A preview of the 2019 Commodity Classic trade show, The future of ag is recognized at Commodity Classic, Understanding and recognizing temperature inversions, Overcoming the hurdles at every stage of wheat growth, Become a student of your crop this season, Introducing the PR team: Calli Jo Smith & Taylor Werdel, Putting together a strong program for powdery mildew, The monarch butterfly gets an extension, but there's still work to do, Timing fungicide applications to control white mold, Creating chemistry for sustainable agriculture, Tennessee family strikes back against pigweed, From plant to harvest Illinois grower talks Poncho Votivo 2-0 seed treatment system, From plant to harvest: Michigan grower talks Poncho Votivo 2.0 seed treatment system*, Tips for getting a soil ecosystem teeming with life, Wanted: Talented Students with a Passion for Ag, The fight continues against Sudden Death Syndrome and Soybean Cyst Nematodes, BASF commits to reducing hunger across U.S. in honor of Hunger Action Month, Six facts to arm yourself against northern corn leaf blight, Tennessee farm family strives to leave a lasting impression.