Ladybird Larva, Adalia
– The larvae of the two-spotted ladybug (Adalia Bipunctata)
don’t look like ladybirds yet, but rather small caterpillars and are real aphids eaters.
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Fungal disease – Alternaria alternata
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Annual meadow grass is an annual (sometimes biennial or even perennial) meadow grass. Annual meadow grass grows widely and is a fast grower that flowers after just a few weeks.
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Apple leaf sawfly, an insect from the sawfly family.
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The apple sawfly belongs to the sawflies. Sawflies do not have a wasp waist like the ‘regular’ wasps and they do not sting.
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Apple scab occurs mainly in moist places and areas with a lot of rain.
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The apple tree belongs to a genus of small deciduous trees or shrubs of the rose family.
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Artichoke belongs to the composite family (Asteraceae)
and originates in the Mediterranean region.
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Asparagus is a hardy perennial that dies off in the winter and starts to sprout again in the spring. Continue reading “Asparagus”
Bacillus thuringiensis, generally referred to as Bt or Bt toxin – is a soil bacterium.
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