Cut worms

Small caterpillars that feeds on seedlings/leaves and fruits They attack seedlings after transplanting and mostly found in the soil



Small black green to grey pest that feeds on plant leaves/fruits resulting to black/sticky color on leaves and fruits



Small caterpillars that feeds by drawing some line on the top of the leaves causing the leave to drop.


White Flies

Damage on bean and pea occurs from adult feeding. Severe infestation may be retarded.



Bollworm moths are about 0.75 inch long, with a wing span of 1 to 1.5 inches. Eggs are spherical, flattened, with 10 to 15 perpendicular rows of toothed ribs. Newly hatched, first-instar larvae have several rows of dark tubercles along the back, each bearing one or two bristles.



Mites are small, often microscopic in size: the smallest is about 0.1 mm (0.004 inch) in length and the largest about 6 mm (0.25 inch). They usually have four pairs of legs. In general, they breathe by means of tracheae, or air tubes, but in many species, respiration takes place directly through the skin.


Leaf Miners

Small caterpillars that feeds by drawing some line on the top of the leaves causing the leave to drop.


Tuta Absoluta

Are grey-brown with filiform antennae, alternating light or dark segments and recurved labial palps, that are well developed. Black spots are present on the anterior wings. Adults are nocturnal and usually hide between leaves during the day.


Damping Off

A soil-borne fungal disease that affects seeds and new seedlings, rotting of stem and root tissues at and below the soil surface

Early and Late Blight

Sudden and severe yellowing, browning, spotting, withering, or dying of leaves, flowers, fruit, stems, or the entire plant.

Powdery Mildew

White superficial powdery fungal growth on leaves, Yellow to brown discoloration of upper leaf, Edges of leaf may curl upward

Leaf Spots

Small circular dark spots on lower leaves and/or stems, Leaf yellowing, Leaf edges


Where affected tissue softens, becomes water-soaked, and turns brown.