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Peach trees are deciduous and lose their leaves in the winter, so don't worry about that. The leaves can turn gold/brown before they drop. Some munched leaves on a healthy tree are not a problem. Hopefully you have a tree that requires very few chilling hours to produce, if it was purchased locally you should be okay. It is very young, but you should get a ...


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That looks like beetle damage to me. Beetles will sometimes not chew the veins.


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I agree they look like aphids - aphids come in a variety of colours, so you might not have seen this type before. To control aphids, I just spray the plant all over with a spray bottle containing water and washing up liquid. I add a bit of salt too, but it is not really necessary. Make sure you spray the top and bottom of the leaves, and around the buds and ...


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Agreed, its an aphid infestation, specifically what's known as Oleander Aphid, which affects plants in the Apocynaceae family (which Adenium belongs to) as well as Asclepiadaceae - more info in the link below, if you really want to know about it in detail, but if you've got neem or horticultural oil as a spray, that should work in getting rid of them. I ...


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They look to be aphids. You can squish them with a pinch of your thumb and forefinger (you do not need to squeeze so hard as to crush the leaf). Repeat every time you see them, until you don't see them anymore. They are also easily jetted off with a spray from a garden hose, but I doubt you want to do this with an indoor plant. Most insecticides, including ...



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