Sucking Insects - Insecticides & Miticides - Plant Health

These insects have a sucking or piercing - sucking mouthpart called proboscis. They insert their mouthpart into the vascular tissues of plants, primarily the food-conducting tissues or phloem sieve tubes and withdraw fluids. They are capable of virus transmission and the direct damage caused by sucking insects includes: plant stunting, plant wilting, leaf distortion and leaf yellowing. Major examples of this group include Aphids, Whitefly, Mites, Mealybugs, and soft scales.
These insects have a sucking or piercing - sucking mouthpart called proboscis. They insert their mouthpart into the vascular tissues of plants, primarily the food-conducting tissues or phloem sieve tubes and withdraw fluids. They are capable of virus transmission and the direct damage caused by sucking insects includes: plant stunting, plant wilting, leaf distortion and leaf yellowing. Major examples of this group include Aphids, Whitefly, Mites, Mealybugs, and soft scales.
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