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Anyone have any idea what is eating the leaves on the snowball bush?
Terrible??

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Dodge--here are some ideas to look into:

snowball and bean aphids, (2 types)
flower thrips,
scale and spider mites. (2 types)
Snowball aphids

look each up on the computer & see if any of the above fits what is going on with your bush.


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I'm thinking you have grasshopper damage--that's about the only pest tough enough to damage a viburnum. Usually they've moved on by the time you see the damage.

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Could be grasshoppers??
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