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Could you please give us an idea as to what is eating our bean leaves. Most of the damage looks likes snails but there are none hiding on the plants and none killed by slugbait on the ground.
There are many small holes in the middle of the leaves also obviously not done by slugs.In the absence of hovering birds, (plants don’t seem strong enough to support a sparrow.) We’re stumped.
Thanks.

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Hi Avis,

Thank you for your question. Your bean leaf pest is most likely a wee caterpillar, they might have gone now if the top leaves are ok. Dust with diatomaceous earth if you see any more.

Thanks,
The Palmers Team.

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