It is autumn and together with the falling leaves, the soil temperature is also decreasing little by little. Soil temperature is an important factor in the choice between Larvanem and Entonem.
Larvanem is a more effective product but likes a higher temperature, above 14°C. Entonem contains nematodes that are still active around 8°C. With this product you can reduce the population of beetle larvae until late autumn. In October/November the limit of 13-14°C is often reached. This is the tipping point where you choose Entonem instead of Larvanem.
Would you like to know what the best choice is for you? We monitor the soil temperature ourselves, at two different locations in the country. This enables us to give an accurate advice. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will get an answer as soon as possible.