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Ornamentals Advisory Blog

Welcome to our blog! We hope you find the articles from our team insightful to make sure every flower counts. 

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  • Nematode Management Webinar – re-watch to increase your knowledge!

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    16.06.2021
     
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Be on the lookout for False Codling Moth and other caterpillars

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    14.06.2021
    False codling moth also known as Thaumatotibia leucotreta is a native pest to sub-Saharan Africa and is present on more than 70 host plants crops like roses,
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Watch out for thrips on your farm

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    19.05.2021
    Thrips, order Thysanoptera, are tiny, slender insects with fringed wings.
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Take control of leaf miners

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    19.05.2021
    Biology of the pests
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Spotlight on leaf spot diseases

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    19.04.2021
     
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Focus on Powdery Mildew

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    19.04.2021
    Powdery mildews are among of the most common diseases of ornamentals; many flowers, vegetables, and woody plants are susceptible.
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Combating two-spotted spider mite

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    06.04.2021
     
    Average: 5 (3 votes)
  • Aphids on Ornamentals

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    24.03.2021
    Aphids are serious pests in ornamental plants, causing both direct and indirect damages through loss of saps, deformation, discoloration, abnormal development, reduced
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Food for thought: the Scout decision

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    22.03.2021
    In 1907, Baden-Powell, an English soldier, devised the Scout motto: Be Prepared.
    Average: 5 (2 votes)
  • Downy mildew in roses

    Ornamentals Advisory Blog
    22.03.2021
    Roses are the leading cut flowers in global floriculture trade. Cut roses, either planted outdoors or in plastic greenhouses are susceptible to many phytopathogens.
    Average: 5 (2 votes)

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