leaf curl in citrus trees and sheild beatles on citrus trees
the sheild beatles are orange and black stripes
a pest called Citrus Leaf Miner. A tiny nocturnal moth lays its eggs on leaves, a tiny caterpillar hatches, tunnels through the leaf distorting it as it goes to the edge, rolls it over and pupates there.
However, if the curly leaves are all over the tree, including the matured leaves, we recommend checking on the feeding side and see if the tree has received enough potassium to support the flowering and fruiting. To assist providing balanced nutrients, try weekly application with 'Yates Thrive Citrus & Fruit Natural Fish & Seaweed+' as a complete plant food, specially developed for boosting healthy grown and yield of juicy fruit in citrus and other fruiting plants.
Answered: 29 Apr, 2022