The Problem

Leaf rollers

Leafrollers are a group of caterpillars that tie leaves around themselves with silken threads and eat the leaves from within this shelter. They are found on a number of different plants, including a wide range of fruits and ornamental shrubs and trees. They can cause damage to the outer surfaces of avocadoes, kiwi fruit and others.

Leafrollers can be removed by hand when they’re first seen but if their numbers increase, other controls may be necessary. Because of its penetrant nature, Yates Success gives very effective control.

Remove mummified fruit from trees in winter. A clean-up spray of Conqueror Oil in winter will help reduce numbers of over-wintering eggs on deciduous trees.

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