Aphid Control


Aphids damage crops directly by distorting leaves and flowers as they feed. The honeydew they excrete as they feed promotes the growth of black sooty moulds which in turn reduce the crops photosynthesis as well as its aesthetic value. Dust, dirt and skins shed in molting adhere to the viscous substance, making plants unsightly. Severe aphid infestations can result in defoliation of the plant and loss of the flower crop. Furthermore, aphids transmit several plant viruses.


Integrated Pest Management (IPM) including scouting & identification, cultural controls, biological controls and application of insecticides.

Aphid Life Cycle

Understanding a disease's life cycle is vital to maintaining control in your crops. Below is the Aphid life cycle, to help you get the maximum control, the best products from our range have been incorporated.

Aphids Life cycle

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