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Old 05-29-2020, 10:01 AM   #1
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Hi can anyone tell me what type of bug is this never noticed them before
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Old 05-29-2020, 10:07 AM   #2
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Close up of it they are everywhere
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They are aphids pronounced A-Fids

Came from plants Candice bought two days ago
Not harmful to humans just new growth on plants but a major nasty annoyance
Hose them off the plants With a hard water spray and hopefully don’t come back and treat with neem oil could take weeks to get rid of and hopefully don’t spread

they infested our deck and They have also brought ants cause ants love to eat their poop and the ants actually coral them and protect them against predators

My wife has already talked to the store in question and we are hoping they make things right will keep forum updated


Now our own locust plague!!!
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I have heard of aphids...aren't they the ones make that annoying buzzing/squeaking sound from the treetops? Oops...thinking of cicadas...
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