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Ben Martin Feb 21
Replying to @DanPBrown
You may want to plough that in if there are many tops in it?
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Fruit&VegetableMag Feb 16
Join Fruit and Vegetable magazine on Monday, March 11 for the free webinar event: Understanding and managing aphids. Register now!
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Jake Freestone Feb 20
There is some sort of Carabid party going on under these rocks! watch out you could be in the menu
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Kaye Menner 9h
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Mauro Mandrioli 22h
A better understanding of in could be crucial to develop new (based on trehalase inhibitors) or plant cultivars more resistant to aphids and/or to other sap sucking agricultural insects.
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Mandy Watson Feb 20
Growing and - watch out for ! Plus growing super hot chillies.
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Simon Leather Feb 19
Cool paper - if disturbed, pea more likely to drop off host plants that grazing herbivores enjoy eating than those that are less tasty
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Simon Leather Feb 14
We should all love :-)
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Royal Ent Soc 4h
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SaveOurSparrows Feb 18
Don’t know about you, but NEED ~ Simply a magical Video of a buzzing enjoying the of the It’s one of the best you can grow to attract bees to your garden…also attracts which will eat up all the pesky 🐝
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MansOrganics Feb 18
Good numbers of aphid mummies mean that our aphid parasites are well established.
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Dan Hawes Feb 18
I'll be glad to see the back of these little creatures - wonder how many thousand I've counted so far 🤔🤷‍♂️
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Lesley Lancaster Feb 18
Things are happening in the lab today. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ BethMcCaw. Collaborators not pictured: ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Springer Plants Feb 15
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