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Hibiscus plants attacked by ants

I have one hibiscus plant, which is attacked by ants and some insects. It loses all its leaves, but now some green parts are coming. Now I lwould ike to know what kind of natural thing I can use to kill these ants and insects so my plant can survive.

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#1 Comment By Nikki On 06/18/2012 @ 8:58 am

The ants themselves are not a problem, but they are likely on the plant because of aphids, which can hurt the plant. The ants are attracted to honeydew, the sweet sticky substance that aphids and other sap-sucking pests leave behind. I would try treating the plant with neem oil, which is effective for handling these pests. Here is more information that should help you: [1]

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