leaf miner

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Synonyms for leaf miner

any of various small moths or dipterous flies whose larvae burrow into and feed on leaf tissue especially of the family Gracilariidae


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Attraction of a native Florida leafminer, Phyllocnistis insignis (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae), to pheromone of an invasive citrus leafminer, P.
He suggested growers that they must use agriculture department recommended pesticides if Leafminer and other insects attack was witnessed.
Citrus leafminer was controlled by chipping and grinding; Asian citrus psyllid, though, had some survival in chipping and grinding but was controlled by composting.
In his address, Alruichida said that tomato leafminer is considered as one of the most dangerous pest that originated from South America.
using green baltory and confidore insecticide Controlling Minoz leafminer flies using Rajabi et al.
A partial list of the insect species covered by the new labeling includes: Engraver Beetle, Pine Cone Seed Bug, Pine Cone Worm, Red Palm Mite, Red Palm Weevil, Western Pine Beetle Tussock Moth, Leafminer and the Eucalyptus Borer.
Pathogenicity of entomopathogenic fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana (Hypocreales: Clavicipitaceae) isolates to the adult pea leafminer (Diptera: Agromyzidae) and prospects of an autoinoculation device for infection in the field.
Common pests include leafminer, mites, and psyllid.
Always target flushes of new growth since that is where leafminer moths lay their eggs.
Effect of insecticides on the serpentine leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) (Diptera: Agromyzidae).
London, Feb 24 ( ANI ): A moth with a taste for Chardonnay leaves, which has infested vineyards across northern Italy, is a new species of leafminer, according to scientists.
It is evident that prolonged use of these insecticides did increase the degree of tolerance in aphids population although vegetable crops received frequent application of pesticides directed against white fly, thrips, leafminer and spider-mite [1].
The general aim of this project is to promote the integration of new practices (derived from fundamental research in biology, genetics & biological control) for promoting the sustainable control of two invasive pests the tomato leafminer Tuta absoluta and the spotted wing fly Drosophila suzukii by: