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IN YOUR GARDEN, HOW DO YOU CONTROL WHITE FLIES???

 

For many of us, pest control is the most difficult duty. Isn’t this a common question? Many people may tell you that they give their plants a regular medicinal spray, but it isn’t working. To begin, please tell us where we may find White flies in all of the plants. Tomato, Brinjal, Chilli, Capsicum, Potato, Beans, Cucumber, Beans, Dolichos, and other vegetables are common hosts for these insects. White flies can be found in mango, citrus, guava, grapes, sapota, and other fruit plants. These insects can also be found in several decorative and medicinal plants. Guava with white flies Now we’ll look at various ways to get rid of these white flies. Yellow sticky traps and reflective mulches are being installed. Give a water spray in the early stages of an infestation.
In the early stages of an infestation, spray Sasyarakshak at a rate of 10ml/Ltrs.

10 ml/lt neem oil spray

Imidacloprid is used at a concentration of 0.5 milligrammes per litre of water.

0.5 cc of Sap Suck MAST per litre of water…