Science Into Practice - Supplementary feed strategies

In 2013, AHDB Horticulture (formerly HDC) project PC 302d developed a Macrolophus-based IPM strategy to control Tuta absoluta. It was successful when the predator established well, with Macrolophus pygmaeus population growth appearing to improve when Artemia eggs were provided as supplementary food.

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