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  • Western Flower Thrips

    Western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis, is a worldwide pest with a wide range of host plants, the main ones being vegetable crops such as sweet peppers, strawberries, melons, cucumbers, eggplant, beans and tomatoes, as well as field crops, flowers, fruit trees, citrus and many ornamental plants.

    By BioBee Biological Systems Ltd based in Sde Eliyaho, ISRAEL. from Western Flower Thrips Product line

  • Mexican Fruit Fly (Anastrepha Ludens)

    The Mexican fruit fly (Anastrepha ludens), or mexfly, is a prominent agricultural pest in Mexico, parts of Central America and the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. The mexfly readily attacks more than 50 fruit types including citrus, mango and avocado. USDA APHIS and the Mexican government cooperate in a programme to suppress Mexican fruit fly and ...

    By Oxitec Ltd based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM. from Mexican Fruit Fly (Anastrepha Ludens) Product line

  • Hockley - Model EC - Amitraz

    Hockley Amitraz EC is an anti-parasitic, used to target a wide range of pests including spider mites and whitefly. It is effective against all life stages of spider mites (eggs, nymphs and adults). Hockley Amitraz EC gives good mite control on apples, pears, citrus, ornamentals and strawberries.

    By Hockley International Limited based in Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM. from Amitraz Product line

  • Diflubenzuron Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor

    Diflubenzuron is a chitin synthesis inhibitor, which is another type of insect growth regulator. Unlike juvenile mimic hormones, the chitin synthesis inhibitors interfere with the normal synthesis of insect exoskeletons during molting or at hatching of eggs. Diflubenzuron is a non-systemic active ingredient with contact and stomach activity. It is ...

    By Central Life Sciences based in Council Bluffs, IOWA (USA).

  • Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis Capitata) or Medfly

    The Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly,Ceratitis capitata) is a major problem for commercial orchards and householders alike, attacking more than 250 types of fruits, including citrus, apricots, nectarines, peaches, mangoes, apples and pears. The female medfly ‘stings’ fruits as she lays her eggs, making them vulnerable to infection and ...

    By Oxitec Ltd based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM. from Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis Capitata) or Medfly Product line

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