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How do I get rid of aphids on my bamboo?
Last Updated: 04/05/2011
To get rid of aphids, you may want to use a mild solution of dish soap and water and spray the plant. If this mild-soap solution does not work, you may also want to experiment with insecticidal soap which maybe an effective way to get rid of these pests. Be sure to read the insecticidal soap instruction for proper usage.

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