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Original Post by laurence29

Pieris Lacebug

<p>Hi  Ive a pieris that seems to have had Lacebug infection for a long while but Ive only just noticed and investigated. It seems to be almost 100% infected with lacebug – typical leaf discolouration etc and it was covered in black flys a few months ago. Any advice Ive seen is for early on in the problem, not when its well established  – whats the best way to save the plant?  Ive sprayed it several times in last few weeks but Ive notice new leaves that looked ok are now showing discolouration  thanks</p>
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