Carnivorous Plants

Bugs Eating Plants

Zone 97759 | Trudie Vlach added on August 15, 2017 | Answered

We are having a bug that eats our bittersweet vines in Sisters, Or. Often the leaves have perfect circular holes about the size of a dime. They don't seem to eat many other things except possibly new leaves on Oak Tree and leaves on Locust. Gardener told me earwigs have invaded, thinks that is what it is and they are night creatures and ground born....he suggested drenching soil with Neem Oil solution. Any ideas? We can see nothing on plant.

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