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Susceptibility of Fuchsia Species or Cultivars to Fuchsia Gall Mite Damage in California

Resistant or low susceptibility (no control needed)

'Baby Chang', 'Chance Encounter', 'Cinnabarina', Fuchsia boliviana, F. minutiflora, F. microphylla subsp. hindalgensis, F. radicans, F. thymifolia, F. tincta, F. venusta, 'Isis', 'Mendocino Mini', 'Miniature Jewels', 'Ocean Mist', 'Space Shuttle'

Moderate susceptibility (merely pruning off galled tissue whenever it occurs provides control)

'Dollar Princess', 'Englander', F. aborescens, F. denticulata, F. gehrigeri, F. macrophylla, F. procumbens, F. triphylla, 'Golden West', 'Lena', 'Macchu Picchu', 'Pink Marshmallow', 'Postijon', 'Psychedelic'

High susceptibility (pruning galled tissue and spraying may be necessary for control)

'Angel's Flight', 'Bicentennial', 'Capri', 'China Doll', 'Christy', 'Dark Eyes', 'Display', 'Firebird', 'First Love', F. magellanica, 'Golden Anne', 'Jingle Bells', 'Kaleidoscope', 'Kathy Louise', 'Lisa', 'Louise Emershaw', 'Manrinka', 'Novella', 'Papoose', 'Raspberry', 'South Gate', 'Stardust', 'Swingtime', 'Tinker Bell', 'Troubadour', 'Vienna Waltz', 'Voodoo', 'Westergeist'


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