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  • MF2938
    Broad Mite and Cyclamen Mite: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Broad and cyclamen mites feed on plants in more than 60 plant families, including houseplants, flowers, strawberries, and vegetables. Publication describes methods to control these pests. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2939
    Bulb Mites: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Bulb mites feed on plants in the lily family, such as amaryllis, crocus, freesia, gladiolus, hyacinth, lily, narcissus, and tulip. Bulb mites are secondary pests of decaying plant matter caused by fungus gnat (Bradysia spp.) larvae or soilborne fungal pathogens. 2-page, color.

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  • MF2937
    Fungus Gnat: Management in Greenhouses and Nurseries

    Fungus gnats, Bradysia spp.,are major insect pests in greenhouses and nurseries. The larva is located within growing medium. They are a problem under moist conditions during propagation, when plant cuttings or plugs are initiating root systems. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2922
    Western Flower Thrips: Management on Greenhouse-Grown Crops

    Western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) are one of the most destructive insect pests of greenhouse-grown crops. The thrips are small (approximately 2.0 mm in length) insects that possess piercing-sucking mouthparts. 8-page, color.

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  • MF2107
    Chiggers: Pests That Affect Human Health

    Some people report itching within minutes after entering chigger-infested sites although no bite marks are visible until later. The itching begins 3-6 hours after the chigger begins biting. 2 p.

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