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Lemonade Tree Leaf Problem

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Waggy starts with ...
Purchased New lemonade tree just before this heat wave and have found that new growth is coming through mottled and curled. tried using white oil. not sure if it is heat stressed or if it has a disease. Can anyone help please
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9th February 2019 9:51am
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Potty Bob 1 says...
You have leaf miners , dose of Eco oil will help.
Pick of affected leaves and solarise before disposal ( not into your compost ) .
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10th February 2019 2:16pm
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hi says...
Hi Waggy, it looks like its a leaf miner issue. Purchase some pest oil from bunnings and spray the whole tree, cut of any growth with those affected leaves.
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10th February 2019 4:19pm
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Waggy says...
Thanks Potty Bob our answer is very helpful and I will try eco oil and remove leaves as suggested.
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11th February 2019 6:32pm
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Waggy says...
Thanks Hi for your help and suggestions. I will try this and see if it fixes my problem
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11th February 2019 6:37pm
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Potty Bob 1 says...
I have also found Neem oil to be very effective but it is expensive.
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12th February 2019 10:49am
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David01 says...
The least expensive is using your fingers with the help of spray tap water to remove the leaf miners. You need to repeat 2-3 times a few weeks and problem solved. Cheers
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13th February 2019 2:34pm
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