Fly pupae parasites

A parasitic mini-wasp which targets fly pupae in and around livestock units with deep litter.

How does it work?

Once dispersed around areas where flies are breeding, the mini wasps will hatch from the pupae within a few days.The Bye-o-Fly mini-wasps reproduce themselves by laying their eggs inside pupae of nuisance flies, which is why they are usually called parasitic wasps. This mode of reproduction stops the development of the fly because the young mini wasp feeds on the contents of the fly pupa. As a result, instead of a fly, a new mini wasp will hatch from the pupa. A female mini wasp kills approximately 100 fly pupae during her lifetime.

How to apply?

Disperse the product on bedding in 5 to 6 small heaps in places not trampled by animals and suitable for the reproduction of flies (dry places along the walls, under the feeders, under the dividers).The mini wasps are effective against flies in a wide variety of environments where house flies (Musca domestica) and stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans) thrive.

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