Aphids

Insects that look like black, yellow, green or white grains of rice. Aphids suck the juices of new growth on plants.
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Aphids

Insects that look like black, yellow, green or white grains of rice. Aphids suck the juices of new growth on plants.
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Aphids

Small insects that feed by sucking the sap from plants.
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Aphids

Small insects that feed by sucking the sap from plants.
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Aphids

Small insects that feed by sucking the sap from plants. They are the carriers of many viruses that affect a range of plants and crops.
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Aphids

Small sap sucking insects. They infect foliage and are easily recognized by the sugary 'honey dew' that they secrete that often attracts ants. Can be controlled by application of soapy solution. (see Sooty Mold)
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Aphids

Small soft-bodied insects with long, slender mouth parts with which they pierce stems and leaves to suck out plant fluids.
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aphids

Suborder (Latin aphids) of the large family of plant lice with around 800 different species in many colors and sizes. Many of them specialize in very specific plants - for example, the most dangerous and dreaded in viticulture - the phylloxera which exclusively affects the vine of leaves and / or roots. They change their appearance as the year prog...
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