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Synonyms for mealy

composed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency

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In a release issued by media liaison unit of Punjab agriculture department, experts said that applying off-season management techniques could save citrus, mango, guava, loquat, blackberry and other fruit from Mealy Bug attack.
The pest populations showed an increasing trend with rising temperature; mealy bugs were rare in the jatropha field.
At least 60 aphid nymphs and equal number of crawlers of mealy bugs counted and placed in these dishes.
There are two things he wrote that I have remembered and cherished for years: "The only alternative to a sharp tongue is a mealy mouth" (great counsel for critics) and "The world will always invite you to be no one--but you can decline the invitation.
We haven't got just a slightly mealy mouthed moratorium, we haven't got people who have just come to a ban late in the day.
Abstract The impact of temperature on biological and life table parameters of Cryptoleamus montrouzieri Mulsant (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) fed on cotton mealy bug were evaluated at three different temperatures i.
We sought to assess the potential effects of expansion of these growth forms on tundra plant species at two Canadian locations, one in the Mealy Mountains of Labrador and the other near Churchill, Manitoba.
Optic neuritis can be a presenting symptom of both neuromyelitis optica and multiple sclerosis, Maureen Mealy, M.
WHILE you have been enjoying the summer with trips to the beach or mountains and, I have been researching those dreadful insects that have become the scourge of our gardens in recent years -- Scale Insects and Mealy Bugs
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 19, 2013-Benton Resources Inc signs option agreement for Mealy project with Platinum Group Metals Ltd(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
I've eaten mealy worms, crickets, grasshoppers, scorpions, and ants.
We now know it's not our mealy mouthed spineless government either.
THEY are sap-suckers called mealy bugs that cover their bodies with a white substance.
So really he got away with this abominable cruelty and the RSPCA Inspector was no better when he came out with a load of mealy mouthed waffle, saying: "I am glad the court has recognised the serious nature of this offence and sent out a clear message that pet owners have a duty of care to protect their animals".