Eggplant, tomato, potato, and cotton
Eggplant lace bug is a sap-sucking insect that feeds on the underside of leaves and is considered to be a minor pest. Severely infested leaves exhibit an all over bronze, yellowish color with tiny dots and scratches can be seeing on the front side of leaves. Infested leaves may eventually drop.
Monitor: It is easier and more cost effective to overcome eggplant lace bug in the initial stage of infestation, such as during the nymphal stage. Routinely monitor the field regularly and search plants for the presence of eggplant lace bugs.
The following insecticides used in one or more parts of the world: Dimethoate, cypermethrin, bifenthrin, and imidacloprid.
Mineral oil and neem oil can be applied.
*Names marked in red are considered to be highly poisonous to beneficial insects.
*Names marked in green are considered to be organic and IPM (integrated pest management) compatible.