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Kolja_Life 9h
Replying to @Kolja_Life
And population density: do THIS asexually... And they appear in some numbers...
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Plant Pathology & Agriculture Nov 19
How can we control found on leaves?
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GaSouthernBiology Nov 19
Grad research. Tyler Follman is exploring the effects of elevated CO2 on and their .
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Insectcop Nov 16
Want to know what is the secret weapon use to avoid death and how that might lead to a breakthrough in the field? Check out this post and find out:
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Ns.tooba Nov 16
Pesticide Effect: Contact, Penetration and Digestive Toxicity #Target#Pests: and #Scale#insect () Usage according to plant phenology or target pest: In the early morning…
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Simon Leather Nov 13
read my blog and learn to love :-)
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Scott Norton Nov 15
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National Centre for Biological Sciences Nov 18
Replying to @NCBS_Bangalore
Which are the fastest reproducing organisms? are the champions for rapid, asexual ! Bacteria, weeds, mice & rabbits are also known to breed at rapid rates. She also touches upon the fascinating mouth-breeding cyclids & frogs!
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Shade Gardener 13h
Benefits of Ladybugs, or Ladybirds, they eat the aphids
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Jamie Murray Nov 11
Replying to @JMurray29
Also sprayed it with a mixture of washing up liquid and water. That helps, apparently.
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AlottyJ  #GolfGTE #PeoplesVote #OurNHS #A50 Nov 12
Replying to @UKLadybirds
Don’t the still have a value for though? Surely they still eat
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Arborist Now Nov 16
Learn more about aphids and the damage they can cause to your trees!
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Frontier Agriculture Nov 14
continue to thrive in mild . In particular, are still easy to find - as shown in this photo from our Bleasby trials
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Central LS Mosquito Nov 13
All Purpose Insecticide Concentrate is a broad-spectrum solution, controlling and a variety of other outdoor pests such as , and more.
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Ian Holmes Nov 11
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UMR BF2i Nov 13
This week will be at Rennes for the meeting!
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Melanie Smee Nov 14
Come see speak about "Visual detection and avoidance of epiphytic pathogens by " at *10:10am* in room #220 today!! It's super cool!
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julie price Nov 14
These are aphids that I spotted on my walk with ournatureisnature today! They’re like little moving snowflakes. @ Rancocas State Park
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Marijuana Nov 10
“I know about rustic , , I know how to flush the irrigation line two weeks before in order to keep the ash white. I know a lot about and the effect and the mix between and terpenes,” he says.
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Greenlife Nov 15
Rose aphids, also known as greenfly or blackfly are sap-sucking tiny pear-shaped insects with slender legs that live in colonies on the underside of rose bush leaves and flower buds. Read more;
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