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, or thiacloprid.virtually anything from tomatoes to honeysuckleearly spring to autumnDealing with other garden pestsWoolly aphidsWhiteflyPear leaf blister miteLeafhopper
plantsall year roundMore common garden pestsAphidsFlea beetleEuonymus scaleWhitefly
The caterpillars of both the small and large cabbage white butterflies are are the two culprits. The first is pale green with a body up to 2.5cm long, the second is bigger at 4cm and is yellow with black markings. The adult butterflies lay eggs at different times: the small from ...
persimilis on to your plants. Alternatively, use sprays containing, fatty acids or plant oils.houseplants, greenhouse plants, also outdoors on fuchsias, runner beans, busy lizzies, grape vinesall year roundMore common garden pestsMealybugsScale insectsWhiteflyThrips
The larval form of a Lepidopteran. They are voracious phytophagous feeders and considered a pest.
An insect that attacks plant roots. This pest can be controlled using pesticides.
A covering (traditionally bell-shaped) for the protection of plants from cold temperatures, frost, birds and pests.
An insect of the order Hymenoptera. They're considered a pest in the summer when they feed on ripe fruit.
Sap-sucking insects of the family Aleyrodidae. A particular pest of the greenhouse, whitefly can be very destructive.
Click beetle larvae that live in the soil. They're a pest that attacks the roots of many crops, including tubers and bulbs.