What is Citrus Gall Wasp?
Citrus Gall Wasp is a little native insect they can go unnoticed causing unrepairable bulging like damage to your citrus tree branches. The galls on the branches form in response to Citrus Gall Wasp larvae feeding inside the soft new growth of citrus branches. This results in a tremendous amount of stress to the tree as it restricts the sap flow to the outer new growth. Allowing Citrus Gall Wasp to take over your citrus tree will reduce the capacity of fruit that the tree can provide, and the tree’s life span as a result.
The most prone citrus trees to Citrus Gall Wasp are lemon trees, followed by other common varieties including orange, grapefruit mandarin and lime.
Do the first spray in September and spray from multiple directions to get an even coverage and spray to point of run off.
Mix 50g (3 Tablespoons) of Citrus Protectant Spray per 1 litre of water while constantly stirring to ensure powder is mixed thoroughly.
Apply Citrus Protectant Spray every 14 to 30 days apart.
Add 25g (1 1/2 Tablespoons) of powder per 1 litre of water.
Even though Citrus Protect Spray is a natural product, you should use a dust mask and goggles to protect your eyes (may cause eye irritation) mouth, and nose when handling and mixing.