Vine weevil


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(Zool.) See Vine borer (a) above, and Wound gall, under Wound.

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| TREAT vine weevil infection with nematodes - this treatment works best while the soil is warm now.
| While the soil is still warm, you have the perfect conditions for applying some vine weevil controlling nematodes into the soil.
| Treat any vine weevil infection with nematodes - this treatment works most effectively while the soil is still warm.
| TREAT vine weevil infection with nematodes - this works most effectively while the soil is still warm.
VINE WEEVIL These beetles can devastate your pot plants and strawberries.
If bites have been made along the margins of leaves, a likely suspect is the black vine weevil, which traveled from Europe more than 100 years ago.
They are relatively trouble-free, sometimes attacked by caterpillars, and can also be targeted by vine weevil. More serious is the damage caused by vine weevil larvae, fat white grubs which develop in the compost and feed on the roots, eventually causing the death of the plant.
A The grubs were probably vine weevil beetle larvae.
Nurseries in the Pacific Northwest struggle to control the black vine weevil and other root-eating insects.
The offender is most likely to be the vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus).
VINE WEEVIL These beetles can prove devastating to plants, particularly those in pots, but also among strawberry plants.