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Banana Bunchy top disease (BBTD) FS 7 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:02 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Maize Lethal Necrosis FS 6 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:02 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Fall Armyworm English FS 4 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:02 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Tuta tomato leaf miner FS 3 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:03 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Citrus Huanglongbing (HLB) FS 5 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:03 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Karnal Bunt FS 10 (2017).pdf
  
Emerging Agricultural Pests and Diseases in South Africa
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2017 3:03 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Armyworm FAW-Afrikaans.pdf
  
Invasive Fall Armyworm
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet3/30/2017 10:24 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Armyworm FAW-Sotho.pdf
  
Invasive Fall Armyworm
Dotho Version of the FAW
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/21/2017 9:30 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
The new Invasive Fall Armyworm (FAW) in South Africa.pdf
  
Invasive Fall Armyworm
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/16/2017 9:28 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Catharanthus roseus.pdf
  
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MADAGASCAR PERIWINKLE (Catharanthus roseus, previously Vinca rosea and sometimes still called vinca) is an erect, perennial herb up to one metre high, with a woody base
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/24/2016 3:47 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Tradescantia species.pdf
  
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WANDERING JEW (Tradescantia fluminensis) is a perennial, evergreen, and succulent groundcover with rooted stems that reaches about 50 cm high. The leaves may be dark green and purplish below, or they may be variegated with creamy white longitudinal stripes.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/24/2016 2:21 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Vinca major.pdf
  
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BLUE PERIWINKLE (Vinca major) is a perennial, evergreen, trailing shrub with attractive bluish flowers.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/24/2016 1:56 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Oenothera lindheimeri.pdf
  
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BUTTERFLY BUSH (both pink and white varieties), also sometimes called gaura, is a perennial herbaceous plant native to parts of North America, which was imported into South Africa as a garden ornamental.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/24/2016 11:51 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Iris pseudocorus.pdf
  
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YELLOW WATER IRIS, or yellow flag, is a perennial aquatic plant native to Europe, North Africa and Asia. It was imported into South Africa as a garden ornamental for plant-ing in or around ponds, and has escaped cultivation to become invasive in some parts of the country.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/24/2016 10:57 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Sphagneticola trilobata.pdf
  
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SINGAPORE DAISY is an attractive perennial herb native to Tropical America. It was introduced into South Africa as an ornamental groundcover, and has escaped culti-vation to become invasive in some parts of the country.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/10/2016 1:41 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Coreopsis lanceolata.pdf
  
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TICKSEED is a showy, perennial herb that originates from the eastern regions of the United States of America. It was originally imported into South Africa as a garden ornamental, but has escaped cultivation to become invasive in various parts of the coun-try.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/10/2016 10:43 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Bryophyllum delagoense.pdf
  
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MOTHER-OF-MILLIONS (Bryophyllym delagoense), also sometimes called chandelier plant, is an erect, succulent perennial, which is native to Madagascar. It was imported into South Africa as a garden ornamental, but has escaped cultivation to become a seri-ous invader in many parts of the country.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet1/26/2016 10:13 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Schefflera actinophylla.pdf
  
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QUEENSLAND UMBRELLA TREE (Schefflera actinophylla) is a popular ornamental that is often grown as an indoor plant in pots or, in more tropical regions, as a garden plant. It is native to northern Queensland in Australia, as well as New Guinea and Java. The um-brella tree grows rapidly, may have single or multiple greenish stems that reach 12 me-tres high.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet1/25/2016 3:21 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Pennisetum setaceum.pdf
  
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FOUNTAIN GRASS (Pennisetum setaceum) is a popular ornamental grass native to North Africa.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet1/25/2016 2:12 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Syngonium podophyllum.pdf
  
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GOOSEFOOT VINE (Syngonium podophyllum), also known as arrowhead vine, is a fast-growing vine native to tropical forests in North and South America, and in Mexico.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet1/21/2016 3:57 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Zygogramma bicolorata.pdf
  
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Zygogramma bicolorata may be commonly referred to as the parthenium leaf-feeding beetle.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet11/10/2015 1:49 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Velvet Mite.pdf
  
Biosystematics/Mites
Velvet Mite, Dinothrombium mites
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet9/8/2015 12:06 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Cryptostegia madagascariensis.pdf
  
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MADAGASCAR OR PURPLE RUBBER VINE (Cryptostegia madagascariensis) is very similar to rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora ), and both are native to Madagascar.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet8/17/2015 3:30 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Cryptostegia grandiflora.pdf
  
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RUBBER VINE (Cryptostegia grandiflora) is very similar to the Madagascar or pur-ple rubber vine (Cryptostegia madagascariensis), and both are native to Madagascar.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet8/17/2015 2:56 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Nephrolepis cordifolia.pdf
  
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SWORD FERN (Nephrolepis cordifolia) is a popular ornamental plant, which is thought to be native to many tropical regions of the world, although its origin is uncertain. The bright green fronds are fairly rigid, reaching a metre long and 60 mm wide.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet7/20/2015 3:24 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Black-Legged Golden Orb-Web Spider.pdf
  
Biosystematics/Spiders
Found in the grassland, savanna and open forest and are frequently encountered in gardens.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet7/15/2015 3:43 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Phytolacca dioica.pdf
  
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BELHAMBRA (Phytolacca dioica) is a large semi-evergreen tree from South America that superficially resembles a fig (Ficus sp.), and which reaches as high as 20 metres. The trees often have multiple trunks, which are stout and robust (i), with a rounded cano-py of up to 15 metres comprising enormous branches.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet7/13/2015 2:09 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Cestrum parqui.pdf
  
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Chilean inkberry (green cestrum)
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet7/13/2015 1:00 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Parthenium hysterophorus.pdf
  
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Parthenium is an annual herbaceous plant
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet3/12/2015 7:32 AMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
Anthonomus santacruzi.pdf
  
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A Flowebud-feeding weevil released for biocontrol of bugweed.
ARC-Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI)Fact Sheet2/2/2015 2:32 PMMarlyn MJJ. Cant
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