The Orchid Doctor Articles under the Heading Cockroaches

Cockroaches Comments
COCKROACHES: Characteristics and Controls Three species are found in greenhouses; they eat stems and skeletonize the flowers; for control use Diazinon or Baygon; apply to benches, crevices and other hiding places. AH9 0
COCKROACHES: Control An effective, easy poison is Baygon bait. A77-314Under benches Chlordane is recommended. N329 0
COCKROACHES: Control in Shipped Pots Plants received from Florida had cockroaches in the pots; they can be killed with Diazinon or Baygon (propoxur). A77-619 0
COCKROACHES: Description and Activities No control given, refer to AH86-57 0
COCKROACHES: In Orchid Houses In Australia a cockroach likely from Central America lives among and on epiphytic roots (Imblattella orchidae) AU87-Spring-14 0

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