can you please let me know which products I need to use to get rid of white spots on my plants?
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The white spots on the branches look like a classic infestation of aphids, sap-sucking pests.
Spray them with a pyrethrum-based insecticide, making sure you target the pests as this is a contact control. Pyrethrum is a naturally derived extract of the pyrethrum daisy (a species of chrysanthemum) so is considered a natural product.
Alternatively you could use eco-Oil, another natural product.
You may need to repeat the application in a few days, as aphids can fly from one plant to another. They also have a short lifecycle which means they breed rapidly and can re-infect plants regularly.
They will often disappear as the weather cools.
Thanks for your reply.
I have eco-oil.i will try with that.
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Excellent @parisMof Worth noting that the husks of the bugs may still be present after you have killed them so don't think it isn't working. The real trick with Eco Oil is to get complete coverage to the point of run-off.