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ID lemon tree leaf holes?

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MarkWhite starts with ...
Hi there - dwarf lemon in Sydney here, just started regrowing leaves after they all fell off over winter. It looks like something's nibbling on them - pic shows holes, almost like burn holes? I've put down slug pellets and sprayed with pyrethrum, should that do it? Cheers for any help! Mark
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Mark

Nothing too serious to worry about your citrus atm. The real pest that can do real damage to lemon leaves are caterpillars, leaf cutter bees and grasshoppers and to a lesser degree leaf miners. Can't see any telltale sign of those nasty critters on your lemon. Sometimes windy days can also damage leaves if plants and trees. Relax be vigilant and watch it grow. Happy gardening 😎
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MarkWhite says...
Thanks Fruitylicious, I think I had nerves/guilt from all the leaves falling off over winter. It's going gangbusters, new shoots all over and lovely and green! Cheers!! :)
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