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Hi Roz, I am totally agree with Mitch view. If the leaves are infected with citrus miner then you have no other option left than to using pesticides. Don't worry they may not harm your whole garden area, as some pesticides are made-up of natural systemic ingredients like Indian Neem oil or other that don't let the plant get die because of any side effects. I would like to suggest you to call some professional expert like
exterminators in NYC
they will look out in depth to solve the issue.
I live in Mississauga. We have a huge house. The roadside of the house faces the North. The garage's roadside view is broken by the windows with shutters and 2 garage entry doors painted to match the beige vinyl shingles. The large AC unit is also there on a cement foundation. I want to plant shrubs that will mask the foundation and hopefully the AC unit. I was planning to design a landscape around the unit. I called this landscape maintenance in Mississuaga (
) and enquired about the cost of designing a landscape. I am willing to move the plantings out 15' from the foundation so they can get almost full sun. I was planning to plant shrubs that produce fruit, offer shelter for wildlife, evergreens, conifers, native plants, flower, and fall foliage. I want them to be at a height of 3 feet or 4 feet long. I have also considered setting up lattice panels and growing vines on the AC unit. Any other suggestions?
Mulch can be used for different purposes. It can be used to destroy weeds.
Yes With the right oil seed you can do this.