The parasitic wasp mix that can handle every aphid species

What is Aphi-Mix-System?

  • Four species of parasitic wasps: Aphelinus abdominalis, Aphidius colemani, Aphidius ervi and Aphidius matricariae
  • Effective control in crops where aphids are a challenge due to:
    • The sensitivity of the crop
    • Mixed crops in your growing area
    • The presence of a mixed aphid population

 What are the benefits of Aphi-Mix-System?

  • Each parasitic wasp parasitizes another aphid species
  • Precise identification of the aphid species is no longer necessary

How does biological control with Aphi-Mix-System work?  

  • Female parasitic wasps prick the aphids and lay about 100 eggs in the aphids, most of them during the first 4 days of their adult life
  • 1 parasitic wasp parasitizes up to 300 aphids
  • The parasitic wasps detect alarm signals of an affected plant and the smell of honeydew secreted by the host. This allows them to locate aphid hot spots from a long distance
  • The parasitic wasps parasitize adult and nymph aphids
  • Parasitized aphids change into golden brown mummies
  • Parasitic wasps can cause a panic reaction, due to which the aphids fall onto the ground and die

In which crops can you introduce Aphi-Mix-System?

  • Ornamental crops
  • Fruit crops such as strawberry, blackberry and raspberry
  • Vegetable crops such as pepper, eggplant and cucumber

Want to know more? Please contact your Biobest advisor for tailored advice.



Packaging: 100 ml plastic tube

Contents: 125 A. ervi, 250 A. colemani, 250 A. matricariae, 125 A. abdominalis

Carrier: buckwheat


Local regulations may impose restrictions on the use of this product. Contact your authorities or contact your Biobest consultant.
We produce our products and solutions for professional growers in horticulture.

Let's make things easier for you

We can offer you more relevant advice, if you let us know where you are and what language you prefer. Thanks!

PS: You'll only have to do this once (allowing cookies to remember your preferences).