Pistachio psyllids have a variety of natural enemies that the parasitoid pistachio wholesale bee appears in the gardens at the same time as the first generation nymphs appear and attacks the psyllid nymphs, especially at the ages of 4 and 5, and embalms them.
Crop operations to combat pistachio psyllids
Field operations to combat pistachio psyllids are as follows:
Winter plowing and tree spraying
Fertilizing and pitting
Soil texture modification
Observe the distance between cultivation and density
Prune and dry
Planting a suitable cultivar
Use of pressurized irrigation system
Chemical control of pistachio psyllids
Chemical control of Darton or Marshall at a rate of 2 to 2.5 per thousand or dishwashing liquid at a rate of 3 per thousand alone kills and destroys pistachio psyllid nymphs. It also has some effect on eggs. Amitraz and concealer have the property of infertility of adult insects.
Avoid mixing dishwashing liquid with toxins because its pH is alkaline and reduces the lethal effect of toxins. If possible, do not spray from mid-August onwards.