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Potato Leafhoppers are Feeding on Shade Trees

ADULT Potato leafhoppers are feeding on deciduous shade trees in the nursery.  Young nursery stock is more susceptible to injury  and damaged trees can be more at risk of winter dieback. ADULT potato leafhoppers overwinter in the southern states, gradually migrate … Continue reading

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Potato Leafhoppers spotted in Hamilton Area!

Like Arnold said, “I’ll be back”. Potato leafhoppers were spotted on yellow sticky cards in the Hamilton area a few days ago.  

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Potato Leafhoppers are BACK!

ADULT Potato leafhoppers have arrived in southern Ontario! ADULT potato leafhoppers overwinter in the southern states, gradually migrate up from the south each spring and will feed and lay their eggs on newly expanding leaf tissue as they go. The … Continue reading

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