- ✓ MEASURES TO CONTROL AGAINST FLOX FALLING.
- ✓ PROTECTION OF FLOCKS AGAINST DAMAGE – TIPS AND OPINIONS OF FLOWERS
- ✓ TREATMENT OF FLOXES FROM HARM AND DISEASES – VIDEO
Phlox flowers are the most common pests.
The pests that occur on phlox are multi-core and widespread on deciduous shrubs and many herbaceous plants. These are snails, bedbugs, pennies, earplugs, a brilliant leaf beetle and scoop caterpillars – night moths that fly at dusk and which we almost never see. Even their caterpillars hide in the shade of the leaves during the day, and their presence is manifested in the rough eating of leaves, shoots and petals.
Gastropods with a spirally rotating shell. There are two pairs of tentacles on the head: the lower ones form labial tentacles, the upper ones end with eyes. The broad lower fragment is the leg with which the mollusks move, leaving a characteristic slimy line. By changing two
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generations live in shady places, in dense plantings. Females lay their eggs in the ground, the hatching larvae look like adults, only much smaller. Eat leaves, shoots, buds, eat skeleton-ruy first, and then eat them holes.
Large sucking insects from light yellow to black, up to 10 mm. There are two oblong oblique white spots on the wings. Insects can fly, but they jump more often. White larvae are greenish yellow with red eyes in old age, they feed on a foamy salivary fluid that prevents drying out. Eggs hibernate at the base of the stems, one generation of pests develops in one generation. Damaged leaves become wrinkled, deformed and shrink.
Reference by topic: Panic phlox – grades and care
The bug is wood green.
Large length of sucking insects 12-14 mm. The body is slightly convex, olive green above, reddish or greenish yellow from below. In the fall, the worms turn rusty or brownish purple. The pronoun has a narrow orange rim, and the ventral edge protrudes strongly, but without black transverse stripes, like a berry. Bed bugs have two pairs of wings. The base of the front wings is dense, leathery and the upper is membranous, the rear pair is webbed and covered with front wings. Adult worms hibernate under fallen leaves, since May females lay their eggs on grassy plants and shrubs where the larvae live. Adult bugs appear in July, and in late August they go to winter. The worms and their larvae suck the juice from young leaves, shoots, buds, which, with a large number, lead to yellowing, deformation and drying out.
Insect length 13-20 mm. Narrow body, head with forward chewing apparatus. The insect has two pairs of wings, the front skin of the elytra, often underdeveloped or completely absent, the wings protrude from under the elite in the form of short plates. At the end of the abdomen, there are two permanent limbs with running legs. The transformation is incomplete, the larvae are similar to adult insects, but smaller in size. Earwigs are nocturnal, gnawing buds, young shoots, leaves, petals, inner parts of flowers, hide under the leaves and in the crevices of the bark during the day.
The beetle is a brilliant fawn.
Cylindrical beetle, mm length 5-9. The pronoun is blue or green, with occasional little dots, very shiny. Elytra yellow with a black spot on the shoulders. It feeds in April-May on many deciduous shrubs and herbaceous plants, roughly eating the leaf blades.
Scoop of cabbage.
A large moth with a wingspan of 50 mm. The front wings are gray-brown with a yellowish-wavy line and two dark spots, the rear wings are monochrome, dark gray. In a calm state, the wings are folded into the shape of the roof. Caterpillars are up to 50 mm long, green, green-brown or brown. There is a wide, yellowish stripe on the sides. Brown pupae, length 19-24 mm. The pupae hibernate in the soil. In May and June, butterflies fly, feed on nectar and are nocturnal.
Females lay 700 eggs. When hatching caterpillars, the caterpillars first scrape the tissue from the leaves, and then break out large holes. In September-October, older caterpillars go out into the soil, pupate in special caves and hibernate. One generation develops for a year. The scoop is versatile and feeds on many cultivated and weeded plants.
Scoop yellow-brown early.
Butterfly with a wingspan of 35 mm. The front wings are brownish red with a yellow tinge. There is a wavy whitish line and spots with light edges. Black dots are visible near the transverse line. The hind wings are yellowish gray, with a slight fringe. The caterpillar is green with small yellowish dots and five yellowish longitudinal lines on the back. There is a yellow stripe on the penultimate ring. Butterflies fly in April, after fertilization, females lay eggs on the buds and leaves of shrubs and trees. Caterpillars feed in May-June, after which they pupate. Scoop is common in many establishments.
See also: Growing phloxes with paniculosis
Scoop of brown gray garden.
Moth with a wingspan of 40-42 mm. The front wings are brownish-gray with indistinct spots, the rear wings are light gray. Caterpillars are yellow-green or reddish-yellow with a reddish line on the back, with diagonal lines of the same color and one light stripe on the sides. The puppy is dark, red-brown. Flying butterflies are observed in June-July, after fertilization, females lay eggs on the leaves. The hatching caterpillars feed in August by roughly nicking the leaves and then pupating in the soil. The scoop damages many deciduous species, shrubs and herbaceous plants.
Everyone knows the butterfly also lit up the phlox culture, but hopefully it was only attracted by the delicate nectar.
Phlox and their pests – photo
Reference by topic: Varieties of panic phlox
TREATMENT MEASURES AGAINST FLOX FALLS.
Phlox pests are usually isolated, can be harvested by hand and simply crushed.
When a large number of caterpillars consume spraying one of the drugs: Fufanon, Aktellik, Kinmiks, Spark, Inta-VIR. But please do not forget that all spraying is carried out before and after flowering plants. Flowering plants can’t handle it!
© Authors: L. TREYVAS, O. KASHTANOVA, GBS RAS phytopathologists
PROTECTING FLOCKS AGAINST DAMAGE – TIPS AND OPINIONS OF FLOWERS
PROTECTING FLOX FROM PESTS – MY ADVICE
If your cute panicle phlox is suffering from pests, follow these tips.
Snails and snails love to eat the buds, leaves and shoots of phlox. In addition, they carry pathogens of viral and fungal diseases. I collect all the mollusks on the bushes (it’s best to do it in the evening, when the sun goes down or after it rains). I watched the trap – plastic bowls filled with beer. The smell of this drink attracts snails and snails, they crawl into containers and melt. I also sprinkle ash on the soil with the “legs” of the plants.
Phlox is most often attacked by stem nematodes. In the affected plants, the leaves are narrow and wrinkled, the flowers are deformed or completely absent, there is a lot of thickening on the shoots. I remove such specimens from the area along with a piece of soil and burn them. I spill the soil three times with an interval of 20 days through Fitoverm (according to the instructions).
From caterpillar buckets
These pests quickly eat the leaves, buds and flowers of phlox. And if you don’t fight them, they’ll destroy all landings in one season. I collect and spray the caterpillars with karate preparation (according to the instructions).
From the spider mite
If brown spots and a thin cobweb appear on the leaves, and the buds fall off, then the mites have chosen the plants. With a slight change, I remove and burn the damaged leaves, and then treat the phloxes with a soap solution (200-400 g of grated laundry soap / 10 l of water). In advanced cases, drugs Fitoverm and Actellik (according to the instructions) will help.
© Author: Olga GORBUNOVA, Bryansk
TREATMENT OF FLOXES FROM HARM AND DISEASES – VIDEO
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