|Catlle||200-400/animal||14||during whole fly season|
|Calves||800-1,000/animal||14||during whole fly season|
|Horses||200-500/animal||14||during whole fly season|
|Medium size animals|
|Pigs (with biofly)||200-500/animal||14||during whole fly season|
|Sheep and goat||400-800/animal||14||during whole fly season|
|Chicken||2-10/animal||14||during whole fly season|
• Distribute the material in heaps near to the places where the flies pupate
• Make sure the material is distributed on dry places or on dry(er) manure
• Place close to concrete or stable edges or in furrows
• If necessary lightly cover the Biopar pupae to protect them
Start introduction as soon as flies can be expected during the fly season. If a population peak of flies can be expected, a more frequent introduction may be necessary to ensure a constant release of wasps.
Efficacy reduces at low (under 15°C) or high temperatures (higher than 38°C).
Storage and handling
• Use product upon arrival
• Storage after receipt: max. 5 days
• Storage temperature: 10-15°C/50-60°F
• In the dark
Adults: minute 2 mm black wasp
Other stages: develop inside host
Mode of action
Female adult parasitic wasp parasitizes the fly pupa.
When the adult parasitic wasp emerges (within 2-5 days after receipt of the product) from the pupal shells, they will start searching for fly pupae. After parasitism, wasps of the new generation can be expected in approximately 2-3 weeks.
Parasitic wasps are just one tool in an integrated program to control stable flies. In order to have a successful program it is necessary to practice good sanitation to eliminate conditions that are favorable breeding places for flies. Keep manure as dry as possible and avoid spilling water and food. Because wasps only parasitize fly pupae, measurements to eliminate adult flies are also recommended.
Contact your local Koppert consultant or recognized distributor (see www.koppert.com) for further advice.
Only use products that are permitted in your country / state.
Please contact your local consultant for further application information.