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Hibiscus buds eaten overnight

Posted by tpn77 North Texas (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 2, 14 at 12:59

each night something is eating through the buds...thinking grasshoppers or cicada since they are out singing in Texas in July...sevin dust not slowing them down. Any ideas? These are cold tolerant veriaty, second year growth


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RE: Hibiscus buds eaten overnight

I don't know what's eating them,but that would pi** me off.I don't know anything about what problems you texans have with them.Our biggest problem here in s.calif is aphids.I'm constantly blasting mine with the hose.
Kathi


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RE: Hibiscus buds eaten overnight

i treated with bayer 3 in 1 and treated the ant trails, and the aphids pretty much disappeared - they were horrendous this year, also in cali. still dealing with thrips and white fly though :(


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RE: Hibiscus buds eaten overnight

Grasshoppers, had the same problem last week.


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