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Pests, diseases & disorders

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Cherry blackfly, early April. A species of aphid (Myzus pruniavium) that causes new leaves to curl tightly and become distorted. Their upper surfaces are sticky with the honeydew that the insects excrete and may develop a grey sooty mould. Heavy infestations damage new shoots.