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I have noticed some white bugs or larvae under the leaves of my Rose of Sharon. They are powdery, and are not bothering the bush at this time. It is an established bush and this year is the first time I have ever seen these white larvae or bugs. We have had a rainy season for the last month. Could this have affected the growth of these things. Are they toxic?
By Nancy E. from Southbury, CT
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