are your fly predators sterilized so that they can not reproduce?

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are your fly predators sterilized so that they can not reproduce?

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are your fly predators sterilized so that they can not reproduce?

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  • Hello Pamela,

    The parasitic wasps that we ship are natural occurring insects that are indigenous to the North American continent.  Each female lays about 100 eggs in their month life cycle.  The fly on the other hand lays 900 eggs  in a month.  So Fly Predators are not able to keep up with the fly reproduction at the rte they reproduce, so based on your animal count we send an elevated number of Fly Predators to offset the fly reproduction and keep it under control.

    If you have questions please contact us at 1.866.404.3895.

    Thank you,

    Sonny G

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  • No, they aren't sterilized, I want them to reproduce as many as they can.

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