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Aphids are biting-sucking insects, they feed on the various organs of the plant, preferably shoots, tender leaves and inflorescences. The species have already been identified in the vineyard.  Aphis gossypii Glover and Aphis spiraecola Patch.

When attacking the bunches (from the separate bunches to the pea berry), the aphids compromise their growth and set because they feed and produce abundant honeydew. In cases of high levels of infestation, damage to the bunches has been observed, namely, desavinho, black lesions on the stalk of the berries.

Means of Protection



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