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PAThOGEN_Project Feb 21
Integrative plan in Western Cape has won the fight against and . Tackling the disease as a serious problem, finally the work is bearing fruit: quality improved, production increased, and knowledge exchanged worldwide
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Annie Fink-Nottle Aug 27
The staff at think I'm a weirdo for handing 2 plants that had on to customer services. But if I hadn't the would have lost a lot more stock.
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MSU Extension Plant Diagnostic Lab Aug 10
Don't forget to check for insects! are literally sucking the life out of this lawn. Look for white powdery or fluffy material down deep in the leaf sheaths in the crown of the plant. Insects are dark pink. Doesn't respond to fungicides!
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Jenny Prigg 18 May 15
Watching whilst zapping evil little on Houseplants with meths soaked cotton buds ..
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Fieldstone Landscape Sep 28
Have you noticed a white, waxy powder on your plants? 🌿 Does your seem to have weakened and declined rapidly? You may have , and we can help with controlling these . Contact us today for all your commercial needs! ☎️:727-822-7866
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Filip Husnik 20 Jun 13
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OGPlayBunnyx Aug 22
Oh my ! Someone help 😩 My poor babies have been invaded by the most nuisance species of insects 🕷 MEALYBUGS !!! How can I get rid of them without using chemicals?
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PAThOGEN_Project Feb 22
Galician (Sp) Regional goverment warns: past season two emerging pests have highlighted. One is virus (-3) and their vector, (Pseudococus ficus) Do you know how to manage? 👉 trainiing
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Growing Organic Sep 3
Did you know there are over 275 different species of mealy bugs in the United States? Click the link below to find out how to detect them and get them out of your garden 👇
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Miss Brown Thumb Nov 8
The hibiscus have been by . I have been regularly pouring surgical spirit over them but they seem to not get in control. I unfortunately don't have much time to manually remove them all :(
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López-Madrigal S. 30 Aug 16
Surprises never end with . Congrats and for such a work!!! 😉
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WineLab 31 Oct 12
Learning about vine -they feed on grapevine phloem, excrete sugary stuff that attracts ants, who protect then from predators
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Lucy talks a lot. Sep 20
Oh dear lord. I have just experienced mealy bugs on my plants for the first time. They’re the worst. Send help.
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Aniek Ivens 15 Jul 14
The gut saga continues: after , and my own & , today a complete symposium on .
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Areesha Malik May 1
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Gary Chesterfield 2 Feb 17
from a few per leaf in 1 plant to a large patch in 30 days and not sprayed with any disruptive insecticides
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Pepijn Kooij 23 Aug 17
Great talk on networks between and they feed on by @Eseb_2017
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EAVintage 14 Sep 16
°° Talk about the mother of all .. this is the biggest one I've seen yet! It…
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Get Busy Gardening! 23 Oct 14
Always clean and disinfect your pots before reusing them. I found on the bottom of this pot, yuck!
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Orange Guard 5 Jan 16
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