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Flea Beetle

Description: Black, often with a curved yellow or white stripe on either side of its back. Flea beetles are seldom actually seen; they hop away before you get close enough to see them. They eat nearly all garden crops, and the adults are very troublesome when seedlings are set out. Leaves become riddled with little holes, chewed through from the underside of the leaf. Larvae chew on roots of most vegetables, weakening the plant.

Solution: Excellent results have been obtained using Super-Light Insect Barriers on crops where pollination is not required. Otherwise, use PyolaTM Insecticidal Spray or Liquid Rotenone/Pyrethrin on adult beetles, and Grub-Away Nematodes on larvae.

 



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