What are woolly aphids?

Answer

The woolly aphid is a sucking insect which survives on plant fluids and generates a filamentous waxy white covering that looks like cotton or wool. Woolly apple aphids can be killed by insecticides like Cygon, Thiodan, Lorsban, Penncap-M, diazinon or insecticidal soap.
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