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Jim Carolan Sep 18
Ah I think I will have to start a thread of for you These guys do so much more than not act like wasps chasing joggers. Ok here we go. ps If any aphid geeks out there want to add to this thread please do so :)
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Rod Gribble Sep 15
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Rachel Hannah 2h
Wow, this is team work! Happy Friday All!
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AHDB Cereals 3h
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Jim Carolan Sep 17
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Arcticfox Sep 19
Even though there was a flush of in there wasn't the follow up flush of Plenty native ladybirds looking 4 cosy spots in our this week Pleasing not to see the variety
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Rod Gribble 17h
You mongrels are supposed to be dead! Larger calibre required.
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Katrina Keleher Sep 19
Anyone know what kind of aphids these are? Saw these today in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest while working on a native prairie restoration project.
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Flower Girl Sep 15
I learnt about milking today. Wow, the wonder of the natural world!
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Solutions Stores Sep 18
Are causing a problem in your garden? Protect your plants and eliminate the aphids by following our 4 step process.
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Umesh U. V Sep 18
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Sean Lumley Sep 18
So...Just when you relax as you get the through the onslaught of along come ! 2 adults and 12 Nymphs on the same plant!
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Growing Organic Sep 15
Root aphids are on the more destructive side of the aphid family. They usually can be found right at the soil line or just below. Are you keeping an eye out for pests in your garden?
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CIMMYT Sep 14
can significantly reduce yields. Find out how Leonardo Crespo works on developing varieties that are resistant to these by watching 's One Minute Science video.
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Inra_International Sep 14
: bud attacked by BNicolas. Plant health: preventing transmission by aphids (Follow us: )
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#Gardening ABC Sep 13
Protect your tomatoes from deadly pest attacks. Check out 8 most highly rated tomato pests
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Dr. Danny Haelewaters 🇧🇪🏳️‍🌈 Sep 13
Surveys by in East Anglia, UK: axyridis dominates assemblages in areas, but NOT in coniferous or deciduous woodland. Harmonia domination in urban areas correlated with abundance. Nice work!
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Bloomin' Bin Sep 13
This is why I leave aphids alone, especially on my milkweed - natural predators! This mealy bug destroyer baby looks like he has a buffet lined up!
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CIMMYT Sep 12
Leonardo Crespo works on developing varieties that are resistant to pests like . Learn more about his work in this One Minute Science video from .
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Jody Green Sep 11
(Lasius spp) tending to root after I so rudely interrupted them by moving a mat in the yard. It looks like time lapse, but it’s not. They just really protect their herd.
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