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I have a large outdoor pot with morning glories. Recently the leaves started to wilt and die. While cleaning up some dead leaves, I saw that the dead leaves were infested with aphids, probably in the soil also. Will these aphids die over the winter or will they re-emerge when the weather warms in the spring? Do I have to dispose of all the potted soil and start over?


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 10/09/2019 @ 1:01 pm

Aphids are a very mild problem outdoors. They will usually resolve themselves over winter. Here are some articles that will help you: [1]

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This one will help you to grow morning glories: [4]


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