Reductus predating thrips

Amblydromalus limonicus from the genus Typhlodromalus peregrinus from the genus Typhlodromips e.g.

Typhlodromips montdorensis, from the genus Phytoseiulus, e.g.

More particularly the present invention relates to a mite composition, suitable for the commercial rearing of mites, a method for rearing mites and a rearing device using the composition of the invention, a method for crop protection using the composition according to the invention wherein the mite is selected as a predatory mite, and the use of a carrier material for rearing a mite species.2.

Composition according to claim 1, wherein the shelters comprise areas where the material of the carrier element shields a mite individual, when located in this area, from its surroundings in at least 3 directions having orthogonal or reversed relations, preferably in at least 4 of such directions, most preferably in at least 5 of such directions. Composition according to any of the claims 1-2, wherein the shelters comprise voids, such as voids formed by coves, recesses, pores, chambers, cavities, niches, pits, pockets, tubes and alike structures. Composition according to any of the claims 1-3, wherein carrier elements are derived from chaff, preferably chaff from a grass species (Poaceae), most preferably chaff from a cereal species, such as chaff from wheat, an oryza species, rye, oats or millet, in particular chaff from millet.

Pronematus ubiquitous (Mc Gregor); xii) Cheyletidae such as from the genus Cheyletus e.g. Composition according to any of the claims 1-5 wherein the mite species is a Phytoseiid species, preferably a Phytoseiid species selected from Amblyseius swirskii, Amblysieus aerialis, Amblyseius andersoni, Neoseiulus barkeri, Neoseiulus 8.

Method for biological pest control in a crop comprising, providing to said crop a composition according to any of the claims 1-6, wherein the mite species is selected as a predatory mite species, such as a predatory mite species selected from selected from: - Mesostigmatid mite species such as selected from: - the subfamily of the Amblyseiinae, such as from the genus Amblyseius, e.g.

Rearing device for rearing a mite species, said device comprising a container holding the composition according to any of the claims 1-6, preferably a container comprising an exit for at least one motile life stage of the mite species, more preferably an exit suitable for providing a sustained release of said at least one motile life stage. Use for crop protection of a composition according to any of the claims 1-6, wherein the mite species is selected as a predatory mite species, such as a predatory mite species selected from selected from: - the subfamily of the Amblyseiinae, such as from the genus Amblyseius, e.g.Lasioseius fimetorum Karg, Lasioseius floridensis Berlese, Lasioseius bispinosus Evans, Lasioseius dentatus Fox, Lasioseius scapulatus (Kenett), Lasioseius athiasae Nawar & Nasr; from the genus Arctoseius e.g.Arctoseius semiscissus (Berlese); from the genus Protogamasellus e.g.Use of a carrier material comprising carrier elements, preferably carrier elements having a longest axis of about 1.0-15.0 mm , such as 3.0-9.0 mm, for rearing a population of a mite species selected from Mesostigmatid mite species or Prostigmatid mite species, wherein the stacking of the carrier elements comprises shelters for mite individuals. Use according to claim 11, wherein the shelters comprise areas where the carrier material of the carrier element shields a mite individual, when located in this area, from its surroundings in at least 3 directions having orthogonal or reversed relations, preferably in at least 4 directions of such directions, most preferably in at least 5 of such directions. Use according to any of the claims 11-12, wherein the shelters comprise voids, such as voids formed by coves, recesses, pores, chambers, cavities, niches, pits, pockets, tubes and alike structures. Use according to any of the claims 11-13, wherein carrier elements are derived from chaff, preferably chaff from a grass species (Poaceae), most preferably chaff from a cereal species, such as chaff from wheat, oryza species, rye, oats or millet, in particular chaff from millet.Geolaelaps aculeifer (Canestrini) (also placed in the genus Hypoaspis); vii) Cheyletidae such as from the genus Cheyletus e.g.- the subfamily of the Amblyseiinae, such as from the genus Amblyseius, e.g.

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