grasshoppers in hibiscus - Knowledgebase Question

dallas, Te
Question by shw129
July 12, 2010
How do I get rid of grasshoppers in hibiscus plants outside ?


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Answer from NGA
July 12, 2010

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There's a biological control called Grasshopper Bait. It's a product made from bran and a sweetener lure, laced with a predacious protozoa called Nosema locustae. It is non-toxic to animals, people, plants and other insects, but kills most species of grasshoppers by infecting them with a disease. Grasshoppers will spread the disease among themselves, by eating sick hoppers and by laying infected eggs.

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