Q.I Have A Hedge Of Viburnum Bushes And The Leaves Are Being Destroyed, But I Don’t See The Culprits!
The leaves are being eaten with tiny holes, then they turn brown (see photo). I have a lot of bushes and they are all affected. Although I have another hedge of viburnums, which are a different variety, and so far they look fine. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!
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It looks like Japanese beetle damage. They are usually easy to see because they are fairly large and shiny. You can pick them off by hand and drop them into a bowl of soapy water. (I knock them off into the bowl, don't like to touch them!) Here is more: