NaturesGoodGuys Beneficial Nematodes Triple Blend Pack HB+SC+SF - 50 Million
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- Triple Blend Beneficial Nematodes HB+SC+SF
- NaturesGoodGuys Ships from the USA since 1986!
- Can be use around Animal, Pets and Plants
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- Rate: 50 million for up to 12,500 sq.ft.
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Natures Good Guys, Beneficial Nematodes Each package contains a mixture of 3 species of Beneficial Nematodes:
+Hb (Heterohabditis bacteriophora)
+Sc (Steinernema carpocapsae)
+Sf (Steinernema feltiae)
Triple Blend Beneficial Nematodes work on;Japanese Beetles, Thrips, Maggots, Lawn Grubs, Fungus Gnats, Chiggers, Moths, Fleas, Flea Beetles, Ants (Queen), Asparagus Beetles, Armyworms, Artichoke Plume Moths, Bad Nematodes, Bagworms, Banana Moths, Banana Weevils, Berry Root Weevils, Beet Armyworms, Berry Root Weevils, Bill Bugs, Black Vine Weevils, Black Cutworms, Bluegrass Weevils, Borers, Cabbage Maggots, Carpenter Worms, Borers –Iris, Tree, Vine, Carrot Weevils, Caterpillars, Chafers, Chinch Bugs, Citrus Weevils, Codling Moths, Chafers, Citrus Weevils, Colorado Potato Beetles, Corn Root Worms, Corn Borers, Corn Earworms, Cotton Bollworms, Cranberry Girders, Cranberry Root Weevils, Crane Fly Larvae, Crambids, Crate Flies, Cucumber Beetles, Cutworms, European Chafers, Fall Armyworms, Flea Beetles, Fleas –Adult, Fly Larvae, Fire Ants, Fleas, Fly Larvae, Fungus Gnat, Fruit Flies, Gall Midges, Girdlers, Grape Root Borers, Grubs, Gypsy Moths, Humpbacked Flies, Hylobius Weevils, Japanese Beetles, June Bugs, Large Pine Weevils, Lawn Grubs, Leaf Miners, Leather Jackets, Masked Chafer, May/June Beetles, Mint Borers, Mint Flea Beetles, Mint Root Borers, Mole Crickets, Mushroom Fly Larvae, Navel Orange Worms, Onion Maggots, Pill Worms, Poplar Clear Wig Borers, Raspberry Crown Borers, Roaches, Root Aphids, Rootknot Galls, Root Weevils, Scarabs, Sclarids, Shore Flies, Sod Webworms, Squash Vine Borer Larvae, Subterranean Termites, Strawberry Root Weevils, Sugar Cane Stalk Borers, Sweet Potato Weevils, Termites, Thrips, Ticks, Tobacco Budworms, Tobacco Cutworms, Webworms, Weevil Grubs, Wireworm Aphids, Wireworms, Wood Borers, Wooly Aphids and More!
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I received the product and it was still cold which was great. I threw it in the refrigerator just in case and left it overnight and planned how to apply it correctly. After triple checking the process and plucking wireworms off my potato traps, I applied the nematodes according to the package and website and carefully made sure the application area was lightly watered every day so these killers could get to killing. After 3 days I decided to check my potato traps, hoping to see just one dead wireworm near the traps. Instead, I found them as happy as can be munching away on the traps. I didn't expect to see a lot dead, but I had hoped for at least one near their main party spot, and found none. But, I was sure they just needed a little time. So I carefully covered my traps back up and waited another 4 days. When I checked again, the result was the same: wireworms aplenty, no casualties.
I contacted the seller to ask if there was a way I had a bad batch. I didn't apply them incorrectly, I waited a week to see even a single visible result, I bought the blend that targeted wireworms, I applied the entire bag into a very small spot so I didn't under-apply, and I just wasn't sure where to go from there. The first response I got was to tell me that nematodes work from the bottom up (cool info), and that they kill egg, larva and pupae stages of pests (still cool, but already knew that). However, from there I was told that it could take 2 weeks to see any results (not cool) and that I should re-treat after 14 days, and see good results after 6-8 weeks (even more into the not cool zone).
Now, herein lies the problem. When I went to the Natures Good Guys website to research the product initially, I didn't see this. Instead I saw "Within a few days the pest will change color and die". So this was completely contradictory to what I had researched. However, I knew I had a lot of wireworms to kill, which is why I gave it a week, hoping to see a casualty. Additionally, when they messaged me to tell me that nematodes only work on eggs, larva and pupae, I responded telling them that the wireworm IS the larval stage of the Click Beetle. I mean, that's why I got nematodes. I again asked if there's a chance that the SC strain of nematode (that they outlined on their guide attacks wireworms) could have been bad?
Their response? It would have smelled like rotten meat.
Ok, so....that wasn't mentioned anywhere, and shoving my nose near a bag filled with 25 million microscopic roundworms really never crossed my mind, and was definitely not on my to-do list when I was mixing this up.
So, I guess at this point I'm going to chalk this up to the fact that either 1) the nematodes don't in fact work on wireworms as advertised, 2) the seller just doesn't know what they're talking about, or 3) I received a bad batch and didn't know I had to do a smell test to make sure they were good (gross).
I'll probably give nematoes another try, but it won't be this brand. :(
I also just got my spring order a couple weeks ago, not fond of the envelope & prefer the box. But the microscope don't lie and they were very much alive!
Well... I hate to do this, but... I am so mad right now! I have ordered from this conpany for almost 5 years and have ALWAYS had excellent outcome!!
Packaging was Horrible!! A bubble wrap envelope with ONE hot icepack! Normally they come in a Styrofoam container with multiple ice packs.
I tested under the microscope immediately and had NO MOVEMENT!!
I emailed immediately and got the response " they are very yardy and the icepack is for moisture" Hmm... Okay, then why does it say refrigerate immediately and to keep below 45 degrees until your getting ready to use them??? Response also said they would smell like rotton meat if bad, maybe they werent "rotten" yet, Just dead.
Either way I've emailed again and still waiting on a response.
Last year they shipped them on a Thursday and I got them the following Wednesday, obviously they were bad. They reolaced then with NO PROBLEM!!
Im not sure if theres a new manager or theyve just given up on running a reputable business but i am livid at this point.
We get crane flys really bad, this is why I order twice a year. So guess what... The flys have done tore up my yard because the neamtodes arent working like they usually do.
I even put them in a container with multiple grubs (as I do with EVERY batch) any other time the grubs are dead or at least soft and dying with in 24 hours.
NOPE NOT THIS TIME!!! theyre all still nice and plump digging around.
Guess ill he searching for a new conpany and chalking this up as a loss unless they man up and send me new ones with peoper packaging.
"IF" I get them and theyre alive I will Most definitely Update this review.
I understand the pandemic is making it hard on all business's and keeping enough employees around to properly ship products. But uf you cant do it right, just shut down for a while.
The nematodes were packaged with 2 ice packs. When we received them in shipping they were still cold and I put them immediately in the refrigerator. This company obviously cares about their bugs/worms and their customers because it clearly states on these item pages that they don’t ship over weekends so their bugs don’t sit in a warehouse.
My husband sprayed them around the grass in the front and the back. It was easy to do and the package came with extremely clear directions which we appreciated. Since that evening I haven’t seen a single flea on our chihuahuas and their allergies are slowly but surely clearing up. We had a weird run of ticks in the yard last year and these nematodes are supposed to gobble those up as well!
The veterinarian said they would last for a year but I will probably purchase every few months. Works really well and the price is a deal! Thank you!