|Statement||by Charles L. Cole.|
|Contributions||African Violet Society of America.|
|LC Classifications||SB608.A37 C64 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||95154288|
This unique book by Dr. Charles L. Cole, Texas A&M Professor Emeritus, provides information on detecting, identifying and controlling insects that attack African violets. This excellent reference includes 16 full-color pictures of pests and the damage they do to plants. $ Members. In recent years, African violet growers have been turning to natural predators and parasites of the insect and mite pests as a safe way to control the problems. There are other insects and mites which can be introduced into the plant collection to eat the problem insects as prey. These quality wicks will last for years and are specifically designed to draw the right amount of moisture up into the roots of African violets and gesneriads. Use our African Violet “Wick Mix” for best results. Violet Book – “Insect and Mite Pests of the African Violet”. We are currently enrolling. Diseases of African Violets – avsa. Want to Know More about a Graft vs Host and Stem Cell Transplant Study. Common suffix for diseasesafrican violet diseases treatment African Violet Society of Canada – Pests and Diseases Insect and Mite Pests of African Violets The following descriptions and photos are part of the information found in the .
9 rows Informational table showing disease name, symptoms, pathogen/cause, and . Insect and Mite Pests of African Violets (Charles Cole) 30 pages. Dr. Cole is a well-respected researcher at Texas A&M University. In addition to providing descriptions and information on the most common pests that attack African Violets, his book offers helpful information on pesticide use and formulation. African violets are relatively easy to grow, but occasionally become infested with pests, like mites, that can be a challenge at times to control. Check African violets for evidence of pests. Mites damage the plants by sucking the juice out of flowers or leaves, often causing them to become yellow, twisted or disfigured. Pansies and most violets are perennial plants, although they are often grown as winter annuals in mild winter areas. They are grown mostly in borders, edges, .
Using a spoon, dip new AFRICAN VIOLET POTTING SOIL around the plant patting down ever so lightly as to not injure the stalk. We don't want any air pockets. Add enough water to moisten the soil without soaking it. Pat soil softly again. Let it drain well before putting it in it's draining dish, as Violets don't like wet feet. Marathon, Merit, Malathion, Cygon, Diazinon, Orthene, Schultz Insect Spray, Marathon is my insecticide of choice for soil mealybugs. I use about 1/8 teaspoon per 4" pot. Mix into the soil and water. I always use it when I repot each African Violet. Merit works well. Use the wettable powder and mix 1/8t to a gallon of water. Then spray your plants. My African Violet "Lyon's Spectacular" has no problem flowering but has thick, brittle, wrinkled and smaller than normal leaves. Today I discovered white spider-like bugs crawling around in the. Insect and Mite Pests of African Violets The following descriptions and photos are part of the information found in the book Insects and Mite Pests of African Violets written by Dr. Charles Cole and copyrighted by avsa. The complete book can be purchased from the avsa website Store or.