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Aphids distort the leaves of this currant. A lady beetle will lay eggs and the larvae will eat the aphids. Special to
June 25, 2009 in Washington Voices on Page S6
Our cool spring has been perfect for aphids this year. As a result they are showing up on all kinds of perennials, shrubs and trees. There are literally dozens of …
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