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I have identified the poly pests as leafhoppers but how do i get rid of them.
Adult and immature leafhoppers suck sap from the leaves of plants and cause mottled discolouration. The 3mm-long adults readily spring from the leaves when disturbed. The pest usually overwinters as eggs laid on the plant. These hatch in spring
, or thiacloprid.virtually anything from tomatoes to honeysuckleearly spring to autumnDealing with other garden pestsWoolly aphidsWhiteflyPear leaf blister miteLeafhopper
are the rose leafhopper and the soft scale. I'm not being deliberately provocative when I say that I think they are beautiful and fascinating.The rose leafhopper, Edwardsiana rosae, is a lovely pale hopper, elegant in form and delicate in line. I'm always
trees and bushesall year roundMore common garden pestsWoolly aphidsScale insectsPear leaf blister miteLeafhopper
are sprouting and they are adrift with aphids - I shall look forward to the attentions of hoverflies and ladybirds soon. A single specimen of the rose leafhopper Edwardsiana rosae tried to play hide and seek by sidling around to the other side of a leaf
are you going to believe if not the specialists? I did a bit of research into rhodo fungal diseases and found that the rhodo leafhopper lays its eggs in rhodo buds and flowers then dies when winter comes. The eggs overwinter in the flowers and hatch
Protected from predators and the risk of dehydration inside its moist ball of bubbles, the juvenile yellow-green froghopper (or spittle bug) is busy sucking plant sap. It's quite harmless unless it's attacking the shoot tips, which can result in distorted growth. The adult frogho...