whitefly

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪtfla‍ɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. minute insect that feeds on plant juices; related to scale insects
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How To Use whitefly In A Sentence

  • Our investigations in this case found that Marais and her company Zonda Resources Limited had imported and then bred large numbers of an insect known as a mirid bug (Macrolophus pygmaeus) and sold them for the biological control of the pest whitefly in commercial greenhouses," Mr Hayes says. NZ On Screen
  • Experts call the insecticides a major advance and say Phoenix-area residents can expect a dramatic decline in the whitefly population this fall.
  • The wasp lays eggs inside the eggs laid by the whitefly, thereby destroying the whitefly eggs.
  • Experts call the insecticides a major advance and say Phoenix-area residents can expect a dramatic decline in the whitefly population this fall.
  • The chemicals upset the balance of the environment and killed not only the whitefly but also other wildlife including the bumble bee.
  • Sticky traps for trapping and killing to have good result to the small insects, such as aphids, whitefly, Leafhopper, vegetable leaf miner, thrips, etc.
  • The chemicals upset the balance of the environment and killed not only the whitefly but also other wildlife including the bumble bee.
  • It can be used to control cabbageworm, leafhoppers, squash bugs, whitefly, but will also affect beneficial insects so be careful where and when you apply this product.
  • The results showed that:1 The mortality of whitefly gradually increased with the increasement of temperature and the prolongation of time.
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