Leafhoppers live anywhere they can find stems and leaves to feed on
A leafhoppers’ diet commonly consists of sap from a wide and diverse range of plants, but some are more host-specific. Leafhoppers mainly are herbivores, but some are known to eat smaller insects, such as aphids.
Method of Travel:
Jumping, Flying, Crab-like motion
1. Control your weeds. Weeds provide a place for the insects to breed.
Steps to control:
1. Good, long lasting, low-toxic methods of insect control can be done with Knock Down Indoor and Plant Flying & Crawling Insect Killer or other Knock Down products listed below.