Pests of the greenhouseBy Christopher Rupp
thrips-beneficial species include black hunter thrips and the six spotted thrips-Most adult thrips are slender, minute (less than 1/20 inch long), and have long fringes on the margins of both pairs of their long, narrow wings.http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7429.htmlaphidsAphids or "plant lice" are soft bodied pear-shaped insects and are generally less than 1/8 inch long.
http://entnem.ifas.ufl.edu/fasulo/woodypest/aphids.htmWhite fliesWhiteflies are tiny, soft bodied insectsThe adults coat their bodies, particularly their wings, with this wax-hence the name "whiteflies
Fungus gnatsFungus gnats are tiny flies that dont bite or spread human pathogens/diseases. The only way they can harm us is through frustration as they invade our houseplants or spring seedlings. the pests can be vectors for plant diseases http://www.learn2grow.com/problemsolvers/insectsanimals/insectdamagecontrol/fungusgnats.aspx
Spider mites One reason that spider mites become a problem is insecticides that kill their natural predators.
classed as a type of arachnid, relatives of insects that also includes spiders, ticks, daddy-longlegs and scorpionshttp://www.ext.colostate.edu/PUBS/insect/05507.html
Spodoptera exiguathe beet Spodoptera exigua moth has a wingspan of 25 to 32 mm.Its forewings are mottled gray or brown with a pale spot near the center of each wing.Its hind wings are white with dark veins and have a fringe-like border.Most chemicals cleared for home garden use will not control this pest adequately.XenTari is a biological compound based on spores of the bacteria Bacillus thuringiensis var.aizawai (Bt). XenTari works against several species of butterfly and moth caterpillars that cancause serious damage to crops.Scutello 2x is a biological compound based on spores of the bacteria Bacillus thuringiensisvar kurstaki (Bt). Scutello2x works against several species of butterfly and moth caterpillars
Leaf miners are larvae of various insects: small black flies, moths, sawflies or beetles, many of them specific to certain plants.The fly that lays the eggs on beets does not lay eggs on any other plant.http://yardener.com/YardenersPlantProblemSolver/DealingWithPestInsects/PestInsectsOnFlowers/LeafminerMealy bug
Its body is covered with white waxy threads, which often make a chemical pest control little successful. A female can lay 300 to 500 eggs in a cotton-like pouch made of wax threads.http://www.biobest.be/v1/en/plagen/wolluis.htmweevils
Adult vine weevils are 8-12 mm long, have a grooved, dull black shell with patches of tiny yellow bristles. As they are well camouflaged and only active at night, they are seldom seen. If they are discovered, they play deadhttp://www.bcbudonline.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=14244Leaf hopperLike the whitefly and the aphid Cicadidae produce a sticky substance, honeydew.This substance affects the leaves and fruits by enabling a fungus to grow on it.