T-Gramma Clothes and Food Moth Natural Predator
T-Gramma Clothe and Food Moth Natural Predator (2000 Eggs)
T-gramma is a tiny parasitic wasp (less than 0.5mm) is a natural enemy of these troublesome domestic moths, laying its own egg in their eggs. This causes development of the moth eggs to stop and more T-gramma will hatch from the parasitized moth egg. This cycle repeats as long as there are moth eggs available.
It is important to remove any pheromone traps prior to introducing T-gramma. Good hygiene will also help to minimise infestation.
Traps may be re-introduced 2-3 weeks after treatment for monitoring purposes.