insect i.d and management
Rachael Pettus (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 03 Sep 1998 17:11:32 +0300
I have almond trees and vegetables on a small piece of land on the
Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Over the last few years an infestation
of small black winged bugs has been growing in the sheltered parts of
the almond trees and spreading to some of the vegetables, notably corn
and beans. I took a sample to the disctrict ag. office and the officer
told me "These are called 'bugs' in English; you need to use
oloemerphytox and copper oxychloride when the leaves come off the
trees." They have been tentatively identified as Eteroptera Meridae
Does anyone have more info as to the i.d and (least toxic) management of
Thanks for your help.
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