Peach potato aphid is a pest that doesn't cause a massive amount of damage directly by feeding on the crop.
However, this aphid is a vector for hundreds of plant diseases. Plus it can feed off plants in over 40 plant families. As such, farmers need to be able to control the peach potato aphid to ensure the crops do not get infected with a damaging virus.
In this podcast we discuss the unusual biology of the peach potato aphid and methods for controlling it. Both organic and conventional methods.
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