• Broad-spectrum control of whitefly.
• Efficacy at broad temperature range.
• Saves time when unable to identify whitefly pests.
• Eretmocerus eremicus is better adapted than Encarsia formosa to high temperatures and those that fluctuate strongly from day to night.
• Where the two are used together to control Trialeurodes, Eretmocerus becomes dominant during periods of hotter weather.
• Using the two species in combination provides improved control of Trialeurodes throughout the season.
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