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Problem Solver > Ornamentals > Aphids

Aphids are amongst the most destructive insect pests on cultivated plants in temperate regions and are known to cluster on the young shoots and flower buds or underneath the older leaves of plants. They attack fruit trees, roses, camellias, chrysanthemums, ornamentals and a wide range of vegetables, and can to transmit diseases , such as broad bean wilt to your plants.

Known to start in small colonies, aphids multiply rapidly in warm weather and large infestations can develop in a number of days. It is recommended to check your plants a few times a week at the onset of warm weather to ensure that any aphids can be controlled when populations are relatively small.

Plants that exhibit aphid damage can display a variety of symptoms including buds that may fail to open, twisted or distorted leaves, decreased growth rates, mottled leaves, yellowing or browning, stunted growth, wilting, low yields and death. Aphid saliva it toxic to plants and provides an environment on which sooty mould fungus can grow.

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