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Suzanne W Apr 17
According to survey, top 3 greenhouse pests for 2019
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Liza Adamczewski Apr 17
So I’m painting some green leaves in my studio and I think Oh no I’ve splashed a little drop of green but then it moves and my still life isn’t quite as still as it should be
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Insect Survey 11h
Latest in suction-traps - some Aulacorthum solani, (glasshouse-potato aphid), are starting to appear see:
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INRA patho végétale 19h
repulsion with clones. Determination of the volatile organic compounds involved. Collaborative research of two units : (Alexandra Schoeny) and
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Pooja 18h
deflate their body like a toothpaste tube and use their body goo to "patch up" the plants they are defending, often dying in the process
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Dr. Tara Clarke Apr 16
These are so extra. 🤣
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Jim Bailey Apr 17
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Kait Chapman Apr 11
Teaching the lovely world of Electrical Penetration Graph (EPG). Gluing small wires to tiny should be an Olympic sport.
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Julie Dwyer✨ Apr 10
SOS - send ladybirds, my garden is completely overrun with bloody any advice on how to get rid of them gratefully received 😫
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Prime Source Apr 15
For those enjoying the warmer weather already, beware of the insects that are to come! Our Lambda Select™ provides fast knock down with low use rates. Learn more:
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Fera Apr 15
Pest threat can cause significant yield reduction in many crops. Our insect monitoring service provides growers with the information and tools required to assess a range of pest threats. Learn more here:
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GaSouthernBiology Apr 15
Grad student Tyler Follman presents his research at the meeting of the Georgia Entomological Society. Tyler also received a scholarship award from the GES.
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Advanced Wildlife Control Apr 17
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Hello Homestead Apr 11
From books like Eric Carle's "The Grouchy Ladybug," children learn that are small, round insects with spidery legs that gather in large numbers on plants. This is true, but there’s a lot more to aphids than that.
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Ms B Apr 15
Is there a noun for a mass of aphids? They are so thick on the new shoots of this rose.
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Roy A. Ackerman 13h
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Suzanne W Apr 10
So much going on in this photo. Aphids feeding on rose bloom but there is a parasite, Aphidius colemani, that just emerge from an aphid mummy. Also Harmonia axyridis, Asian ladybird, feeding on the aphids.
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the_naked_gardener Apr 11
I figured it would happen with the vast amount of rain we had recently. Then with the temperature rising and getting hawt. attacking my young . . . To get rid…
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Gilles Casanova Apr 13
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Preservation Tree Apr 11
: If you have noticed new growth on your trees that looks curled or deformed, or sticky dripping liquid coming from your , your plant most likely has - which are super common pests in the spring. We offer organic pest control:
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