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Glasshouse leafhopper can cause a pale mottling on the foliage on a wide range of glasshouse and garden plants, including tomato and fuchsia.
Glasshouse leafhopper (Hauptidia maroccana). Credit: RHS/Entomology.
Glasshouse leafhopper is a small 3mm long, pale green sap-feeding insect which can jump of leaves and fly short distances.
Pesticides for gardeners (Adobe Acrobat pdf document outlining pesticides available to gardeners)
Chemical labels explained Chemicals: using a sprayer Chemicals: using safely and effectively Glasshouse red spider miteGlasshouse whiteflyMealybugProtect your garden Rhododendron leafhopper and bud blastRHS statement on pesticides in horticulture Rose leafhopper Sage and Ligurian leafhoppers
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