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Blobs of frothy liquid on young stems and leaves in late spring and summer.

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Spit is secreted by the immature, sap-sucking insects known as froghoppers. The adult insects live openly on the plant and do not produce any cuckoo spit.

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Cuckoo spit

Question from rsut

1.what do I spray with
2. does it harm plants
3.it is on my strawberries, if I leave it will it cause any damage to the fruit...I do not like the idea of pesticides on my organic plants?

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  • Posted: Sat. 12th June 2010 13:17
  • Last reply: Tue. 15th June 2010 19:55