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Related to thrip: Thysanoptera, Thunder flies
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Noun1.thrip - any of various small to minute sucking insects with narrow feathery wings if anythrip - any of various small to minute sucking insects with narrow feathery wings if any; they feed on plant sap and many are destructive
thysanopter, thysanopteron, thysanopterous insect - an insect of the order Thysanoptera
Frankliniella fusca, tobacco thrips - injurious to growing tobacco and peanuts
onion louse, onion thrips, Thrips tobaci - injurious to onion plants and sometimes tobacco
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"I want to see four dollars before goin' any further on th' thrip. Have ye got th' dough?"
However, one of the significant causes of losses to many farmers is thrips, the most damaging insect pests to onion plants.
TAA's advanced AI technology was instrumental in the discovery of the attack, alerting Symantec's Attack Investigations team to activity that on the surface appeared innocuous but set them on the path to uncovering the latest campaign conducted by the Thrip group.
The data on the effectiveness of different botanical pesticides against thrip in cotton shown in Figure 8 revealed that maximum reduction (67.65%) of thrips population was recorded after 96 hrs.
Keywords: Population, Feeding efficiency, Thrip and Spiders.
'This is the reason that the white gold is under severe attack of the whitefly, thrips and pink bollworm and is turning into black due to subsequent development of sooty mold on affected leaves.
Number of adults and eggs of five types of sucking pests of cotton (white flies, jassid, mites, dusky bugs, and thrips) along with their predating insects like Chrysoperla, Geocoris and Argiope were recorded from experimental sites.
Specimens of thrips were collected at each evaluation time, and taken to the laboratory for later identification using taxonomic keys and morphological characterization according to Palmer et al.
According to Monteiro and Mound (2012), six of the eight families of thrips are found in Brazil (Uzelothripidae, Heterothripidae Merothripidae, Aeolothripidae, Thripidae and Phlaeothripidae) with a total of 576 species (Monteiro and Lima, 2011; Lima, 2017).
PLANT some sticky-leaved nicotiana plants near gladioli blooms to trap pesky thrips - tiny insects that feed on plants and spoil flowers.