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Help to indentify diseases of new leaves

Posted by david_44 10a (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 20, 14 at 18:54

On one of our young orange/lemon tree we noticed many newly grown leaves on tree top turned to yellow and curved, see the attached photos. We applied some insecticide, so far not help. We did not see any fungus, but leaves severely distorted, not smooth, flat anymore. We could not see any bugs though, so not so sure what caused the problem.

thanks for your suggestions

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RE: Help to indentify diseases of new leaves

The squiggly trails lead me to suspect Citrus Leaf Miner (CLM). Search this forum and you will find plenty of discussion and ideas.

-good luck!

RE: Help to indentify diseases of new leaves

Thanks for your great help, I have search this forum, learned about CLM, looks it would not kill my tree, I may try to use hort oil.

RE: Help to indentify diseases of new leaves

CLM. TONS of info on our forum about how to treat for CLM.

Patty S.

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