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Question: Pests on roses
Hello, I would like to know the name of the insect that lays an egg in the jet of roses. The egg becomes a larva very similar to that of the meat fly (cagnotto, gianin) and kills the jet with its bud. Thanks Clement
Pest roses: Answer: Pests on roses
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The presence of larvae very similar to those of the meat fly can be traced back to larvae of lepidoptera, a widespread problem.
These insects equipped with a sucking mouthparts can settle on all parts of the plants and in the specific case of the Rose on the buds preventing their closure.