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green mirid

Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The apple dimpling bug is about one third the size of the green mirid... It is an important pest of apples and is known to damage small squares early in squaring on cotton but it is generally regarded more as a predator of helicoverpa eggs and mites than a pest... The threshold for the apple dimpling bug is generally about five times greater than the threshold for the green mirid...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The apple dimpling bug is about one third the size of the green mirid... It is an important pest of apples and is known to damage small squares early in squaring on cotton but it is generally regarded more as a predator of helicoverpa eggs and mites than a pest... The threshold for the apple dimpling bug is generally about five times greater than the threshold for the green mirid...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The apple dimpling bug is about one third the size of the green mirid... It is an important pest of apples and is known to damage small squares early in squaring on cotton but it is generally regarded more as a predator of helicoverpa eggs and mites than a pest... The threshold for the apple dimpling bug is generally about five times greater than the threshold for the green mirid...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Queensland DAF principal entomologist Dr Melina Miles led the 2015 winter trial to establish whether mirid feeding caused spotting on the seed and to determine whether the bugs warranted further research as a faba bean pest... "This was surprising given the plant responses to mirid feeding that are seen in mungbeans and cotton, where there are 'wet', dark areas at the site of damage and warty growths inside the pods/bolls," Dr Miles says... Dr Miles says now the damage potential of mirids has been established there are several questions that need to be answered in order to develop effective management strategies...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Queensland DAF principal entomologist Dr Melina Miles led the 2015 winter trial to establish whether mirid feeding caused spotting on the seed and to determine whether the bugs warranted further research as a faba bean pest... "This was surprising given the plant responses to mirid feeding that are seen in mungbeans and cotton, where there are 'wet', dark areas at the site of damage and warty growths inside the pods/bolls," Dr Miles says... Dr Miles says now the damage potential of mirids has been established there are several questions that need to be answered in order to develop effective management strategies...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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