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Will my new beech hedge recover from woolly aphid,on some of the sapplings the leaves have totally shrivelled up,i have sprayed it with provado ultimate bug killer We have wooly aphid on a couple of our apple trees and we have been blasting it off
I have discovered my crab apple tree has woolly aphids. What is the best way to treat it?. It has been suggested that I need to cut it down. I have blasted it with a pressure washer several times and also sprayed it with a general bug killer
Have had my crab apple tree for about 10 years. Woolly aphid appeared 2 summer's ago. they are disfigering the branches and seem to over winter on the tree. Is that possible? They make a mess of the plants underneath. I don't use pesticides, has
White, waxy, sap-feeding aphids colonise cracks, crevices and pruning cuts on the bark of apple trees in the second half of spring. They then spread to new growth and create soft swellings. If the bulges split open in frosty weather, infections
Before using thiacloprid, imidacloprid, acetamocloprid or any other neonicotinoid pesticide, I recommed visiting the Buglife website, to read their report summarising independent research on neonicotinoids. They kill bees & other non-target insects - eg. butterflies etc. Miniscul...
hi can you help me i have 3 apple trees and 1 as got woolly aphids all over have put grease around trees and i winter wash in winter and spring but its still there have looked on inter net to no avail?
on the leaf. They do not look like the clusters of woolly aphids I see but the leaves are turning brown.
Can anyone help please? I work in a garden where there is a large old and tall crab apple tree that has lots of white wolly bits all over it. I think this is woolly aphid and wonder how I can get rid of it organically or will I have to use
Sow seeds of herbs in pots to grow on your kitchen windowsill, such as coriander, parsley and basilLook out for woolly aphid on fruit trees, and spray any with soapy waterThin out seedlings from earlier sowings to their final spacings
and the fungus sometimes resembles a white hollowed out insect nest. Any ideas? We didnt pot the plant and I was thinking the soil may be too limey!? Brycey, any chance of a pic? I think the plant may have woolly aphid, if so, it can be treated with a systemic