Control woodlice with nematodes

The woodlouse is a gray to brown-gray colored animal up to 20 mm long with a primitive shape. It has an oval, flat body, a dorsal carapace and 14 legs. Although it looks like an insect, it belongs to the crustaceans.

Woodlice live under stones, plant pots, wooden slats, and all kinds of containers - preferably where there is a foul, musty smell.
They need a damp, shady or dark environment to live. They always stay in the direct catchment area of their food sources.

Asselfrei against woodlice

Asselfrei contains nematodes of the species Steinernema carpocapsae embedded in a bait. The woodlice are attracted by the bait and crawl into the trap openings. While at the bait, they ingest the nematodes. Death of the woodlice occurs after about 7 days. After 14 days, usually 80-100% of the isopods have died. The trap works for a period of 3 weeks.