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Cauliflower crop - eggs on lower leaf surface

Cauliflower    None Given

In cauliflower, these eggs are below leaf surface. I haven't identified them - if any one knows please tell me about it, thanks.


Posted by: mer sanjay (1 point) mer sanjay
Posted: August 8, 2016




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These are eggs of the "white fly". There are mainly 5 species which causes damage to horticulture crops. In your case it may be probably "Aleyrodes proletella". This species is known for its damage on cauliflower and other types of cabbage.


Posted by: Andreas (7 points) Andreas
Posted: August 8, 2016


mer sanjay commented,
Thanks sir. But are you sure this are of white flies? Because my garden is infected with diamond back moth and spodoptera also.
almost 4 years ago.

Andreas commented,
It is always difficult to indentify based on pictures, but yes I am pretty sure you look at white flies.
almost 4 years ago.



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Thanks sir. But are you sure this are of white flies? Because my garden is infected with diamond back moth and spodoptera also.


Posted by: mer sanjay (1 point) mer sanjay
Posted: August 8, 2016




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