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November 2003 Newsletter
... away, I used a product called Garlic Barrier, which was very helpful against chewing and sucking insects.  When you first spray it on your roses it will smell like a bad day ...

... oils, seeds, plants and insects. Pharaoh ants ( Figure 3 ) feed on sugars, proteins, oils and insects. Crazy ants (Figure 7 ) like sugars, protein, and insects; carpenter ants prefer sugars and insects. CREDITS: James ... termites) but excavate galleries in it to rear their young. They feed on honeydew from sucking insects and household food scraps and do not damage sound wood to any extent. They ...

Garden Pest Insects
Garden Pest Insects Garden Pest Insects Insect Management in the Home Garden Vegetable Garden Insects Sheet Vegetable Garden Insects Sheet 2 Root-eating Insects in the Garden Chewing Insects in the Garden Piercing and Sucking Insects in the Garden Seed-, Pod-, or Fruit-eating Insects in the Garden Pest Insects by Host Return to... Garden Pests and Diseases Pest Insects
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... Family/Community Forestry Sea Grant Publications & Multimedia Catalog Garden Hints by Category Topics Beneficial insects Flower growing Gardening hints Houseplant care Pests and pesticides Soil Weather and drought ... gardeners need to be on the look out for aphids - tiny, soft bodied, plant-sucking insects. Aphids especially love the tender young plant growth so prevalent this time of year. ...

... is a selective, systemic organophosphate insecticide and acaricide that is especially effective against sucking insects. It is used to control aphids, leafhoppers, thrips, beet flies, spider mites, and ... of the plant [2]. Such systemic distribution is especially effective against sucking insects, while predators and pollinating insects are not destroyed. Control may persist for 6 to 8 weeks ...

... in the target pest. The pesticide also has secondary activity against other invertebrates such as sucking insects and spider mites. It is available in emulsifiable concentrate, granular, or emulsion formulations. Formulation: It ...
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Common Hardwood Tree Diseases - Prevention and Control
... , and maple. The pathogens are dark fungi that grow either on the honeydew excreted by sucking insects or on exuded material coming from leaves of certain trees. Find out how to prevent ...

RHODODENDRON BASICS: Insects and other Pests
... et al. Links Contact Fraser South Rhododendron Society RHODODENDRON BASICS by Harold E. Greer INSECTS & OTHER PESTS 1. Root Weevil - Several different spectes of weevil are responsible for rhododendron ... These small sucking insects feed on the new growth as it begins to expand causing distorted leaf shapes. To control, use Orthene, Malathion or Diazinon. 3. Bark Scale - Small sucking insects feed on ...

Seattle Rose Society: Rose Care - Insects and Disease Control
... chemical or other agent capable of destroying fungus or insects. Herbicides destroy vegetation, miticides control mites, insecticides combat insects, and fungicides kill fungi. Fungicides are preventative, not curative. ... plant tissue and kill sucking insects such as aphids for a 3-week period. These products also contain a contact poison that kills chewing insects on contact. Less-toxic ... Trees: Insects
... affect trees. Chewing Insects Boring Insects Sucking Insects Chewing Insects Description Defoliating insects migrate to the foliage of a tree and feed on the leaves. Other chewing insects attack the fruit ... protect open wounds) Sucking Insects Description These insects do their damage by sucking out the liquid from leaves and twigs. Many sucking insects (e.g. scale insects) are relatively immobile, ...

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