bugs on my tomatoes

I have seen these little bugs on tomato leaves and stalks. they look like-mosiqutos, but smaller.
Anyone know what they could be?
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higgledy wrote:

First thought is the white fly. try this link and see if they look like the photo. http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/cucurbit/insect/insect2/insect2.2.html
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I've seen whiteflies on my spruce but not my tomatoes --but I think they are part of the problem, I just have not caught them in the act. What I see most often are little sucking bugs attached to the trunk, they look like mosiquitos, but smaller. Can they be young, non-adult whiteflies?
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I don't know but I had what sounds like the same thing. To me they almost looked like gnats - really tiny little bugs. I sprays with BugBegone. It worked. Then I used a systemic called Admire. The bugs haven't come back. I had what I assume were white flies on my zucchini (several blocks away from my tomatoes) and used the BugBegone (a bit too generously) and the Admire. No more white flies. Sue

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Sue, We must have the same specie bugs in our gardens. I sprayed Bug-B-Gone, tomatos seem healthier.
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