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Re: Question..SOAP SUDS???

Holli, what you have is 'spittle bug.'  I don't knpw the technical 
details about this critter, but I am too familiar with it.  Inside the
foamy stuff will be a small bug.  In addition to the unpleasant
stuff, it causes brown patches on the foliage, so I suspect it
is some kind of sucking bug.  I spray it with a hose, too, or
prune the affected parts into a bag for garbage disposal.  I'm
sure others will be able to give you more learned information
and advice, but you have my sympathy.

In a message dated 06/04/2005 5:56:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Hollikft@aol.com writes:
I noticed that on my Mont auk Daises and at the other side of the yard on  my 
Sweet William..there appears to be something that looks like soap suds in the 
center of new growth.

Now I am no genius when it comes to plants and pests, but I do know I was  
not doing laundry outside.. so I suspect a pest of sorts.  Anyone know what  
am dealing with?  I did hose off what I could yesterday, but we still  have 
some infected.

Thanks all

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