Holes in the hedge leaves eaten by wasps?
we have a hedge in front of our house. it has grown very nicely on us. today, i have noticed a big looking problem with it. some yellowing, of course, which i can fix with some feeding.
but look at the leaves!!
and it is like this all through. i was standing there, scratching my head, and noticed a yellow jacket, or a wasp, landing on a leaf, and start biting on it. i might be wrong, but i came under assumption that they simply carved those holes in leaves.
now, we live next to forest and very poorly maintained properties, so ridding of the insects will not work.
any suggestions and recommendations?
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