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Florida Desert Rose Pest

Posted by striphe zone 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 1, 10 at 17:16

What the heck are theses? Aphids? mealy bugs? I thought they were pollen until I took a pic with digital macro on!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9334026@N06/4850944352/

close up

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9334026@N06/4850327059/

if aphids like I think, I planted dill and parsley an have attracted predators, :(


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RE: Florida Desert Rose Pest

Aphids. There may be some other things there, too. What are the dark specks?


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RE: Florida Desert Rose Pest

Thank you very much!

P: I guess I need to put more predator attracting herbs down. I also ordered goldenrod(attracts big eyed bugs) to deal with any lawn pests aphids/chinch, maybe the dark specks are their poo?


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RE: Florida Desert Rose Pest

Aphid 'poo' comes in the form of a clear, sticky sweet liquid. Since they don't ingest solids, they don't eject solids. ;-)


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