For the control of Whitefly

Whitefly is an important pest of protected crops such as those grown in greenhouses. The presence of which is indicated by white scales on the underside of the leaves and quite often a white cloud of flies will take to the air if an infested plant is touched.

Adults usually found laying eggs on underside of the youngest leaves. Newly hatched larvae are mobile for a few hours before settling as immobile 'scales' where they suck plant sap. High numbers of whitefly produce large quantities of honeydew encouraging the production of black sooty mould.
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Whitefly - 3 ITEMS