Mini-Wasps against Pantry Moths - Natural Moth Control
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Frequently asked questions
Orders placed by 10 p.m. on a Sunday will be shipped that Tuesday. All orders that we receive after then will be shipped the following week. Note: As parasitic wasps are live products, any orders that have already been dispatched cannot be refunded.
Our ichneumon cards contain approximately 2000 ichneumon wasps, each in various stages of development. By the time you receive your delivery, the first ichneumon wasps will have just started hatching. Once the next delivery arrives in a fortnight, all the ichneumon wasps from the first delivery will have hatched and will be busy hunting for moth eggs. By shipping a new batch of moth wasps to your door every fortnight, we guarantee the best results and the highest quality of beneficial insects.
This depends on the type and severity of the infestation. Generally speaking, an infestation is only considered to be controlled once the last surviving moths have laid their eggs. Once these are then parasitised by the parasitic wasps, there will be no new generation of moths. When it comes to a pantry moth infestation, it will take about 8 weeks to be moth-free again. This corresponds to approximately 2 weeks after the fourth and final delivery, provided you have used the beneficial insects correctly and continuously.
Yes, our mini-wasps are safe for pets!
After successfully combatting a pantry moth infestation, there will be no more moth eggs present, meaning the parasitic wasps can no longer rely on these as a source of food. This means that once the little helpers have completed their mission, they die and, due to their minute size, literally turn to dust. The ichneumon wasps have no interest in your food either. Once you are done using parasitic wasps, wipe down your cupboards thoroughly with a damp cloth. After this, there will be no traces left of either the parasitic wasps or the moth infestation.
The following foods are often infested by pantry moths:
- Baking ingredients (especially those that have been open for a while)
- Nuts (including chocolate containing nuts)
- Bird or pet food
- Dried bouquets
Unfortunately, food that has been infested by moths must be disposed of. This is especially true for the foods listed above.
- NadineVerified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 starsNovember 11, 2022Works really well!
I've tried to fight these moths for weeks with conventional methods - nothing worked, they multiplied again and again after each short decline. When I heard about the wasps I was skeptical at first. But it actually worked great! Finally we got rid of the plague! You don't notice them at all, or see them. We have a very large pantry and so calculated generously with the amount of "cards". But the investment was worth it - definitely recommended!