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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

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,

Yates Consumer Advice Horticulturalist

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


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