green peach aphid

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yellowish green aphid that is especially destructive to peaches

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Pesticides Toxicity to the Green Peach Aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) and Response of the Parasitoid (Aphidius matricariae Haliday) Mummy to Cold Storage.
Field studies on populations and control of green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Homoptera: Aphididae) in the central High Lands of Jordan.
Selective toxicity of primicarb carboryl and methamidophose to green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer),Coleomogills maculula (Lenai)(Temberlake) and Chrysopa occulata (Say)Environmental.
Toxicity of insecticides to the green peach aphid (Homopetra:Aphididiae) in laboratory and field tests, 1971-1982J.
Green peach aphid (Homopetra: Aphididae) resistance to endosulfan in peach and nectarine orchards in Washington State.
The green peach aphid Muzus persicae Sulzer (Homoptera:Aphididae) is globally an important pest.
Direct feeding damage by low numbers of green peach aphid causes little damage to plants.
Green peach aphid is distributed world wide and several resistant strains have been identified using molecular techniques.
In field trials near Wapato, more than 50 percent of green peach aphids that had contacted treated potato plants tested positive for egg-protein markers.
Antifeeding settling inhibitory and toxic activities of labiate essential oils against the green peach aphid, M.
Green peach aphid feeding damage to potato in various plant growth stages.
Acetaldehyde fumigation at reduced pressures to control the green peach aphid on wrapped and packed head lettuce.
Results have shown that the number of green peach aphids in the crop had reached remarkably great densities, being present throughout the crop cycle, and representing more than 97% of the whole in Tafi del Valle (the region dedicated to seed potato production) and Alto Verde, but being much less abundant in Las Talitas.
Turnip aphid and green peach aphid are the most important aphids on crucifers.
Taking their cue from previous studies showing that the wild potatoes are resistant to Colorado potato beetles and green peach aphids, two disparate pests, the researchers decided to pit the plants against hungry wireworms as well.