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elaeagnus leaves are distorted

I just noticed that some leaves on my elaeagnus plants are distorted. Color is good but there are small brown areas on the bottom. I don’t see any evidence of bugs. Plants are two years old. Any ideas?

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#1 Comment By theficuswrangler On 04/10/2014 @ 1:13 am

Distorted and browned leaves are often a sign of small sucking insects, scale or aphids. Some of them are extremely difficult to see. The best thing for you to do would be to take some leaf samples to the local ExtensionService for analysis. This link will help you locate the closest one: [1]

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