Is It Safe to Use Insecticidal Soap on Citrus Trees?
Insecticidal soaps kill pests by suffocation and are non-toxic to citrus trees. Certain pests such as aphids, spider mites and scales attack citrus, especially indoor-grown and weakened trees. Spray the tree thoroughly with the soap and allow it to remain on the foliage for at least two to three days before washing off, according to Colorado State University.
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