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Re: Re: bug id

Nope....hmmm....possibly.... These guys are fast.  I was able to catch some
only by snipping the branch from the deutzia and placing in a plastic bag -
which of course suffocated them.  Not sure I could make holes small enough
that they couldn't escape, large enough for air.
I suppose knowing they are a hopper is sufficient for choosing a control.  I
tried spraying them with a mix of sevin and pyola, but they jump so fast,
not sure I can get sufficient coverage.  I don't want to use systemics or
spray everything they might touch with something deadly to ingest because I
value the bees and wasps.
So what suggestions do you all have for controlling such hoppers that like
to suck the life out of a plant?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 8:03 AM
Subject: RE: Re: [CHAT] bug id

> See I knew you could do it!
> Sorry still don't know your bug-- but my thought after seeing Marge's
> picture....Really wondering if it is the same bug in Marge's picture...
> just at different stages of life.
> Think this might hold the key to the name.... can you catch and watch
> one?
> Donna
> > OK.  Donna goaded me one time too many.  For those of you who are
> totally
> > sick and tired of my bug - Jim's too, ya know! - you can skip to the
> next
> > message.
> >
> > I tried a few more shots today when I found several of these little
> > buggers
> > on a clematis start.  The photos came out a bit clearer, as clear as I
> can
> > with that camera. On these you can see the cotton they carry.  I
> posted
> > them
> > at yahoo with the other pics.  Go to:
> >
> > http://photos.yahoo.com/kmrsy
> > and select Bug ID.
> > or
> >
> > http://snipurl.com/77ni
> >
> > That should work, otherwise go to:
> > http://f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/kmrsy/my_photos
> > and click on Bug ID
> >
> > Thanks for everyone's help. We are still looking for the planthoppers
> full
> > name.
> >
> > Kitty
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