Pinhead-sized eggs laid on almond foliage?
I'm trying to promote beneficial bugs and use pesticides (or hand kill in this case) only on the bad guys by timing of application and choice of pesticide :)
I just found a very organized set of lined-up, pinhead-sized, whitish/beige eggs on my All-in-One almond. Does that ring any bells for anyone?
The eggs are on the underside of the leaf, and the tree looks really great (just blooms a little early ;) ). I haven't noticed any bad guys on it, but it's in a backyard orchard, so it might not be something that's particularly attracted to almond trees specifically.
Thanks for any ideas! I just killed a Swallowtail caterpillar on a parsley plant by not knowing what is what, so I'm trying to learn to ID more things. I have tons of parsley and would have preferred the butterfly!