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The Benefits of Chelated Micro-nutrients
Is the pH really that important?
Getting Bigger Yields From your Hydroponic Plants
Tips for getting the most out of your nutrients
Millions of dollars lost in hydroponic tomato plant sabotage
Growing Hydroponic Raspberries, part 2
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PVC vs. Vinyl Fence Posts for Hydro
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White Anti-aphid Mesh
Use for Aloe Vera as a nutrient or a PH down?
Dutch Bucket Help!
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Biological Pest Control 9-2
Garden Pests and Their Biological Controls
Whitefly are an extreme problem for greenhouse growers, field and or-
chard crop farmers and home gardeners. The whitefly sucks large quanti-
ties of sap from the plant and secretes the sugars as honeydew. This
makes the leaves sticky and susceptible to fungal growth and rot. In a ser-
||ious infestation, the fungus and rot associated with the honeydew
can kill an entire crop in a matter of weeks. In addition, whitefly can pose a great threat to plant health because they are able to transmit many plant viruses.
A whitefly looks like a small white moth, 1/8" in length. They rest on plant leaves and will quickly fly away when disturbed.
Whitefly eggs on the
Whitefly lie their eggs on the under side of a leaf.
Shiny, sticky leaves are signs of whitefly presence.
This tiny parasitic wasp lays its eggs in the larvae of
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