Aphid Solutions

Aphids and What to Do if they Attack

What are Aphids?

Tiny and destructive, aphids will eat almost any plant. They can also transmit diseases while feeding on plants. Aphids can be found in a wide variety of colors — commonly green, yellow, orange or black. Some have wings and some don't. They also vary in size, with the largest being 1/6" and the smallest barely visible.

How to Spot Them:

Aphids will cluster on stems and under leaves. You can spot their handiwork in curling and yellowing leaves and general plant weakness.


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