A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories

A common insect pest of UK trees. Whitefly species within the UK are commonly found on hornbeam, azalea, privet and rhododendron. These whitefly are also associated with, and attack, other hosts such as hazel, beech, birch, false acacia, lime and maples Young, vigorous plants, or those heavily fertilised with nitrogen, are most severely affected.


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