Orchid doctor

LADY BUGS: For Aphid Control

Ailments Orchid Doctor

by Robert M. Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

Posted by Sys Admin almost 3 years ago.

Article Blog   Article Index
They can't control an infestation. A74-708
Share on Social Media:  
Log in to Add a Comment

More The Orchid Doctor Articles under the Heading Lady Bugs

Lady Bugs Comments
LADY BUGS: Lady Bugs As insects for mite control in greenhouses, they are effective for biological control to such an extent that extra mites have to be put in the greenhouse so the voracious lady bugs do not starve to death; where do you get the tasty mites for them? OD82-105 0

New Topics

  1. Allan Valentine asked question schombocattleya harry dunn, need picture in category General Discussion
  2. Harry Dillberger asked question Orchid cattleya? But genus and species name? in category General Discussion
  3. John Marmaro started topic Greenfly Orchid: the name game [taxonomy] in category Scientific
  4. Jackie Hartter asked question Zygopetalum Orchid in category General Discussion
  5. Bruce M Gelman asked question Arachnis species in category General Discussion

New Comments

  1. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Orchid cattleya? But genus and species name?" by Harry Dillberger
  2. Edward Zapata commented on topic "Den. Keikis" by Kevin Fernandez
  3. Edward Zapata commented on orchid Den. speciosum
  4. Image Carol Holdren commented on member plant V. denisoniana var. Orange form by Mary Lane
  5. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Zygopetalum Orchid" by Jackie Hartter
  6. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Arachnis species" by Bruce M Gelman
  7. Jorge Beeche commented on article "OrchidWiz: Which Country has the Most Orchid Species?" by Alex Maximiano
  8. John Small commented on orchid Bc. Tripp's Grandma
  9. John Small commented on orchid Rby. Cracklin' Rosie
  10. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Endemic orchids in Puerto Rico" by Jamaal Hooker