greenhouse whitefly

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Related to Glasshouse whitefly: Trialeurodes vaporariorum
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Synonyms for greenhouse whitefly

whitefly that inhabits greenhouses

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The glasshouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood, 1856), is a major pest of bean, green bean, tomato, potato, squash, eggplant, tobacco, cabbage and ornamental crops.
The glasshouse whitefly damages crops by extracting large quantities of phloem sap.
saponaria on the glasshouse whitefly, the mean lethal dose ([LD.sub.50]) of crude and semi-purified saponin extracts on T.
The glasshouse whitefly came from a colony kept in the Research Center "Tibaitata" and the laboratory conditions were as follows: average temperature 16[degrees]C, relative humidity 80% and photoperiod 12:12h.
Insecticide resistance in glasshouse whitefly. Nature 239: 164-165.
Effects of selected botanical insectcides on the behaviour and moratlity of the glasshouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporarium and the parasitoid Encarsia formosa.
The glasshouse whitefly is the most troublesome pest for the UK's tomato growers.
A This is glasshouse whitefly which is a difficult pest to control.
For glasshouse whitefly, you will need a parasitic wasp called Encarsia formosa or, if the problem is already quite advanced, a little beetle called Delphastus.
Glasshouse whitefly: This pest looks like a minute moth and feeds by sucking plant sap, so reducing vigour and causing distortion.