[tomato] Vriuses

Byron (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Fri, 17 Dec 1999 09:03:26 -0500


>  Just because information is NOT on the web doesn't mean it isn't a)
>true, b) real, c) existing, d) valid <grin>.

Found it, at U Idaho.


But I would be fooled by reading the description and then looking at 
Petes plants. 



Whiteflies and control, we have 3 species in the Northeast, One is called
greenhouse whitefly. This one emerges just as soon as the greenhouse thaws
out. The other 2 just as soon as the ground thaws, and don't disapear until

the ground freezes again. 

They are about the same as aphids, very rapid reproducers, But they will
suck on almost any plant. When you think that you have them under control
the next light breeze brings more.