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Troubleshooting

The key below, as I hope in the future will be enlarged, is an attempt to make some suggestions how to control pests and diseases on our growing plants.
In the priority of choosing the different kind of pesticides, natural enemies and control methods, it has been concerned to have a high and documented level of effectiveness, with none ore very small affects on the environment.
Remember always to read the directions on the products, whether you are using natural enemies, predators, beneficial organism or chemical pesticides. Also remember that legislation for use of different kinds of control measures, is very different from one country to another.

Please chose a Pest, a Disease or a  Plant
Pests
Nematodes Slugs, snails Cicadas, Leafhoppers
Aphids Bladlopper True bugs
Beetles Leafminers Membrane-winged

Sawflies Gall Wasp
Ants Gall mites Mosquitos
Gall midge Woodlice
Woodlice (link)
Leaf Hoppers
Carrot fly
Rasberry Beetle
Firethorn Leaf-miner
Hare
Tomato moth, Bright-line brown-eyes moth
Wasp, common (link)
Cabbage root fly
Horse chestnut leaf miner
Cabbage caterpillar
Onion fly
Cherry drosophila
Turnip Moth
Privet Hawk. moth
Whiteflies
Water vole (link)
Mole (link)
Mices
Mices (link)
Ants (link)
Rhododendron lace bug
Deer
Scale insects
Click beetle
Springtails
Earwigs

Weevils Spider mites
Tarsonemus mites
Tomato russet mite
Thrips
Mealybugs
Tortrix
Geometer moth
Moths Ermine moth


Diseases
Antracnose Bakterial diseases Leaf spots Leaf Curls/Exobasidium Smut-Diseases Stem Blight Monilia Grey mould
Fusarium Wilt


Mushrooms
Other "higher" Fungi
Canker
Powdery mildews Other Fungal Diseases

Ash dieback
Box Blight
Dutch elm disease
Birch Besom
Moss
Phoma
Powdery scab
Slime Mold
Damping-off: seedlings
Red Thread
Red core
Black scurf of potato
Snow mould
White rot


Lichen

Physiological diseases
Downy mildew Rust Scab Verticillium wilt

Post Harvest Diseases


Plants
Fir, Nordmann's silver
Orchids
St. John's wort
Parsley
Willow
Leek
Parsnip
Poplar
Chieve
Peony
Pear
Rhododendron
Radish
Currant
Alpine Currant
Root crops
Roses
Mountain Ash
Lettuce
black currant
Sunflower
Currant
Pot plants
Tomatoes
Hawthorn
cowberry
Vine
Apples
Silver fir/Abies
Peas



Responsibility: Advises given above is supposed to be totally free to use for you.
Therefore I can take no responsibility for any damages or injury on people, plants and the environment.


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