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Re: yellow leaves all over my bay tree

Re: yellow leaves all over my bay tree
Posted by: MatthewWilliam (IP Logged)
Date: October 23, 2010 05:57


Proper care of the trees, as well as regular inspections of the leaves, branches and fruits can help you identify problems early on to prevent them from spreading to other trees or even other portions of the same tree.
If you recognize the symptoms of the most common problems you can take the corrective actions to minimize their negative impact on your lemon tree’s fruit quality. Trees should be examined frequently for pests, diseases, and disorders.
I think your plants are affected with aphids. Aphids are small insects that range in color from a light green-gray or yellow-green, to a black or a brown. The symptoms of the presence of aphids include yellowing and twisting of the leaves, as well as multiple puckered marks on the leaves. Aphids cause the leaves of lemon trees to appear deformed, which inhibits their productivity.

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