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leaf curl

See below mites,

Rich arrangement with around 17,000 species of tiny arachnids (arachnida) with a cylindrical, spherical or disc-shaped body in many colors with three or mostly four pairs of legs (including ticks). In contrast to the other arachnids, which mostly live predatory, mites are mostly herbivores or live parasitically on plants or animals. Often there are also useful insects in the bottoming play an important role in eating animal or vegetable residues. A distinction is made between the two groups of gall mites (tetrapodili, tiny about 0.15 mm) and spider mites (Tetranychidae, up to about 0.5 mm).


The most important pests on the vine include the four types of leaf gall mite or smallpox mite (Eriophyes vitis), curling mite (Calepitrimerus vitis), red spider or fruit tree spider mite (Panonychus ulmi) and common spider mite or bean spider mite (Tetranychus urticae). Combat is also carried out with insecticides, The gall mites are particularly sensitive to sulfur, The mites have numerous natural predators such as gall midges (certain types), lacewings. ladybug and...

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