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appear in summer on the upper surface of lime tree leaves. These growths, or galls, may be yellowish green or red. lime treesn/aMore common garden pests affecting fruit treesApple sawflyCurrant blister aphidsPear leaf blister miteAphids
I have recently moved to a house that has two crab apple trees. They have recently been lopped by previous owner. This years new growth appears healthy but appears to be covered in some kind of aphid or disease. It appears to have released a white
Hi , I have an infestation of (I've just found out the name) Cinara Picea on my spruce tree they are multiplying by the day. They look like very small beetles but are in fact Aphids . Has anybody any ideas on the best way to get rid of them ,they
on the leaf. They do not look like the clusters of woolly aphids I see but the leaves are turning brown.
will be wooly aphids or mealy bugs. Systemic insecticide will sort it out. I think you could be right. Brummie - I will give your suggestion a try - thanks !
, check the underneath of the leaves as aphids will make them curl.
of lupin aphids....from USA I think. Bigger than usual and they decimated my plants. I'm not too keen on preemptive sprays but it's advisable with lupins. Early in spring spray with systemic insecticide and again before flower spikes appear. Lupins
Have you tried any remedies at all? I got a pray bottle and filled it up with water and washing up liquid but it still diden't work If you have a bad infestation get a propriety aphid killer that is suitable for using on food crops-that will see
I have five corkscrew shaped conifers, all in various places in my garden. All of them to a degree have dry dead patches from the middle to the top. Can any body suggest what is wrong? They may have conifer aphid. Since there is no issue
Watch Monty's video guide to planting shrub roses, and pick up tips on planting depth, preventing root rock and deterring aphids.spring or autumnMore advice on caring for rosesAdvice on pruning shrub rosesHow to plant a rose bushPlant a rambling