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baboboy

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Hello any ideas what’s causing this on your Catoniasta. And what can I do to get rid of it.
 

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We were talking about something similar in work last week.

 

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We were talking about something similar in work last week.

Did you have any solutions. ?? Hosed it off for now but it doesn’t look to healthy.
 

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Did you have any solutions. ?? Hosed it off for now but it doesn’t look to healthy.
No sorry. For some reason the dropdowns don't work on the RHS page. This is what it says.

If populations are too big to be tolerated or pruned out, control may be achieved by spraying with pesticides. Shorter persistence pesticides (that are usually certified for organic growing) are likely to be less damaging to non-target wildlife than those with longer persistence and/or systemic action.
 
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