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Medium_sdc10077 New growth on Acacia is going curly and looks like something has laid eggs in leaves (unknown genus)

Planted about a year ago in Murray Bridge SA

Submitted: 05:45PM, 08 Jan 2017
Answer: Hello Kate,

Your acacia appears to have been affected by psyllids. Consider Confidor.
Confidor is available in the following packaging types for your convenience: Ready to Use trigger, concentrate and sachets. The below link will let you see our Ready To Use Trigger
http://www.yates.com.au/images/au/products/pest-control/bayer-confidor-insecticide-ready-to-use.jpg

Please ensure you have read and understood all label directions before using the product. Never spray when/where bees are active.

All the very best with it!

Kind regards,

Matt
Yates Consumer Advice Horticulturalist

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Tags: acacia, psyllids
Answered: 05:56PM, 08 Jan 2017

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