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thrips on tomatoes
I am a home gardener recently relocated to North Dallas. I grow tomatos mostly and have western flower thrips every year that I never had in NY. I use green lacewings and soil drench nematodes to help control but sometime these are not always available to me. Is SNS 209 good to use on tomato or pepper plants? Is there any other recommendation you have? I dont have aphid or white fly problem, just thrips. I notice they hide in the tomato blossom and ruin the fruit before it develops. Plants are mostly healthy and TSWV resistant but the damage to the blossom means very limited yield. Are there any plants I can grow with tomato to help repel thrips? Any advice or idea is appreciated.
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