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My new boysenberry & blackberry were looking perfect one day and the next there were little holes in the new leaves. On closer inspection there were what looked liked a tiny white worm/caterpillar on the underside. These were only a couple mm’s in size and looked like a darker bit on one end. They looked similar to what I had found on my lemon tree which is in the same area (but larger). Could you please advise what to use to get rid of them (I sprayed a couple of weeks ago with Champ DP)

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You need to use an insecticide such as Target or Yates Naturalyte Insect Spray. Make sure that you follow the instructions carefully in regard to spraying safety – and in particular the withholding period on edible plants.

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