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  • MF3001
    MF3001
    Mealybug: Management in Greenhouses and Interiorscapes

    Mealybugs are major insect pests of greenhouse and interior environments where they feed on a wide range of plants and are difficult to manage with insecticides. Species are the citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri, longtailed mealybug, Pseudococcus longispinus, and root mealybugs, Rhizoecus spp. 4 p.

    $0.95
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  • MF2997
    MF2997
    Twospotted Spider Mite: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Information on twospotted spider mites, (Tetranychus urticae) including biology and damage, management, scouting, use of miticides, resistance and resistance mitigation, impact of pesticides on mite populations, and biological management. 8 p.

    $1.65
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  • MF2901
    MF2901
    Turfgrass Insect Pests: Home and Horticultural Pests

    Information and photos about lawn pests, including beetles, grubs, billbugs, moths, webworms, cutworms, armyworms, and chinch bugs. 8 p.

    $0.75
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  • MF2938
    MF2938
    Broad Mite and Cyclamen Mite: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Broad and cyclamen mites feed on plants in more than 60 plant families, including houseplants, flowers, strawberries, and vegetables. Publication describes methods to control these pests. 4 p.

    $1.45
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  • MF2939
    MF2939
    Bulb Mites: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Bulb mites feed on plants in the lily family, such as amaryllis, crocus, freesia, gladiolus, hyacinth, lily, narcissus, and tulip. Bulb mites are secondary pests of decaying plant matter caused by fungus gnat (Bradysia spp.) larvae or soilborne fungal pathogens. 2 p.

    $1.30
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