Leaf Miner Predator (Diglyphus isaea) Vial of 250 Adults


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Say Goodbye to Leaf Miners!

This beneficial parasitic wasp species offers a natural solution for controlling leafminer infestations. The adult Diglyphus isaea wasp has a remarkable strategy for combatting leafminer larvae. It paralyses the leaf miner larvae and lays its eggs in close proximity to the leafminer larvae, providing a meal for the newly hatched offspring. Additionally, adult female wasps directly eliminate and feed on larvae that are too small to support the development of more parasitic wasps.

Leaf miners can pose significant challenges to crop health and productivity. By utilising parasitic wasps, you can enhance your pest management system and mitigate leafminer infestations.

Why Choose Live Predators?

Live predators are the ultimate weapon in the fight against grow room pests. Unlike chemical pesticides, these living organisms offer a natural and environmentally friendly approach to pest control that doesn't harm beneficial insects or wildlife, and won't leave toxic residues on your crop. Plus, live predators establish themselves in your growing environment, providing ongoing protection that saves you money in the long run. Adding live predators as a preventative measure is a much better way to approach pests than to wait for signs of infestations. With their insatiable appetite for pests, live predators are highly effective at keeping populations in check, resulting in healthier, more productive crops that can reach their full potential. Choose live predator pests for a sustainable, effective, and cost-efficient pest management program.

For more live pest control, check out the Live Predators category.


  • Tiny parasitic wasps that destroy leaf miners
  • Great for treating leaf miner infestations
  • Not at all dangerous to humans - only 1-2mm in length
  • Eco friendly, with no nasty chemicals - safe for wildlife and pets
  • Also know by the brand name Digline I
  • Comes in a vial of 250 adults
  • Please note these are live predators and may take an extra day or two to arrive from the supplier

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