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The cucumber belongs to the cucurbits and was cultivated over 3,000 years ago. Continue reading “Cucumber”
Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is spread by winged aphids. Humans can also transmit the virus to other plants.
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Cucurbits (Cucurbitaceae) – also knonw as Gourd family – are among the dicotyledons, mostly herbs, sometimes shrubs; see: gherkin, zucchini, cucumber, melon, pumpkin. Continue reading “Cucurbits”
Currant and gooseberry leaf spohttps://www.plantenplagen.nl/en/plantenplagen/currant-and-gooseberry-leaf-spot/t is caused by a fungus and leads to premature leaf drop.
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Currant blister aphid: The yellow-green blood blister aphid has a round shape and causes the red ‘blisters’ on the leaves of currants.
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The currant clearwing belongs to the family of clearwing moths.
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Deciduous shrub, 1 to 1.5 meters high, palmately lobed leaves with five lobes. Strong shrub, sensitive to aphids and white disease. Birds also sometimes want to peck a berry. Continue reading “Currants”
Cushion bracket – this fungus is perennial and grows mainly on Prunus species. Continue reading “Cushion bracket”
Cutworms are the larvae of owlet moths.
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