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Leafminer Control

A leafminer fly is a two-wing insect. There are three common species of leafminer flies. The leafminer fly causes suction damage in the leaf. The female leafminer fly also drills into the upper leaf to place eggs. Royal Brinkman offers a wide range of leafminer control products.
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Types of leafminer fly

The most common species of leafminer fly are the Floridamine leafminer fly (Liriomyza trifolii), the Leafminer fly (Liriomyza huidobrensis) and the Tomato leafminer fly (Liriomyza bryoniae). All three leafminer flies occur in different crops. Our specialists will explain how to signal a leafminer fly. The leafminer fly can be controlled by biological and chemical pesticides.

Biological leafminer control

How to get rid of leaf miner flies? By using signal rollers and plates, the pest can be detected at an early stage. The leafminer fly can be controlled biologically with the parasitic wasp. The parasitic wasp is the natural enemy of the leafminer fly. There are two parasitic wasps that can be used for biological leafminer control. Ask our specialist which parasitic wasps can be used for biological leafminer control.

Chemical leafminer control

For the chemical  control several means are allowed. For an overview of all the permitted agents for your crop that control the leafminer fly, you can use the Spray Advice Guide. Consult with a crop protection specialist about the best way to use the pesticide.
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