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Something is eating the flowers on my violas. Any ideas what it might be and how to get rid of them?

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There are a number of chewing insects which could be attacking the flowers. Some of the most common are caterpillars and earwigs. Control by hand, or with Yates Natures Way Pyrethrum. If you see small insects clustered on the leaves it may be Aphids which you can spray with Confidor, Mavrik, Nature’s Way Insect spray or Bug oil. All Yates products available from Palmers. You should try and inspect, locate and identify the insect first before spraying.

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