There are 7,400 species of thrips in the world and quite a few are serious pests of plants. Thrips are 0.5mm – 15 mm long and range in colour from white to yellow to black. Thrips generally have wings that are fringed but this can only be seen with magnification. Thrips attack the flowers, fruit and foliage of a variety of plants

How to control Thrips

Thimet 200G SmartBox

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Thimet 200G SmartBox comes as granules and is easy to use.  Taken up from the soil into the sap stream of the… Read More

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Rose Spray RTU

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Rose Spray RTU controls various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. It is formulated for the systemic control of… Read More

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Rose Spray Concentrate

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Rose Spray concentrate is formulated for the control of various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. Controls various insects… Read More

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Rose Spray Advanced

Rose Spray Advanced 750ml

Rose Spray Advanced kills insect pests and mites on contact and systemically works from within the plant to control insect pests… Read More

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Nemacur 400 Liquid

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Nemacur 400 Liquid is a popular, highly effective broad spectrum nematicide/insecticide applied pre-planting to control nematodes and sucking insect pests in many… Read More

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3-in-1 Insect, Fungus & Mite Control

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3-in-1 Insect, Fungus & Mite Control controls various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. The product has a systemic… Read More

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Thimet 200G Lock N Load

Thimet 200

Thimet 200G Lock N Load is formulated in granular form and is easy to use.  As it is taken up from the… Read More

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Thimet 100G

Thimet 100g

Thimet 100G comes as granules and is easy to use.  As it is taken up from the soil into the sap… Read More

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Diazinon

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Diazinon is a popular, highly versatile general insecticide used to control soil and foliage insects as well as flies in many… Read More

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