Following on — the Daily Telegraph had some advice a few saturdays’ ago —, via Forest of Dean Council via Jerry Green Head Gardner at Westbury Court Garden – “To prevent gooseberry sawfly caterpillars, pick a bucket of foxglove leaves and pour over two pints of boiling water, leave for two days, srain and spray on gooseberry plants before any caterpillars are seen(alas I have no foxgloves), Nemasys the biological control specialist has a spray on nematode that will control gooseberry sawfly. I do that with my gooseberry bush every year to get rid of the sawfly eggs, and it works well. Picked off lots but must have left enough to reproduce and never got on top of the problem. Gooseberry Sawfly. becks77 » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:54 pm, Post: # 192387Post They can reduce the bushes down to just stems quickly, and you’ll see the destruction in the middle to late spring. Many gardeners have a love-hate relationship with caterpillars. Mix the first sachet of nematodes with water and apply with a sprayer directly to the affected plants making sure the nematodes come into contact with the Caterpillars, Codling Moth or Gooseberry Sawfly. Another of my sworn enemies, these larvae burrow into shrub stems. When fully mature, pear sawfly larvae resemble green-orange caterpillars. And the leaves, or flowers, make fab pesto. I stumbled across the thread the other day. How to Get Rid of Caterpillars Without Pesticides on Plants. Nicola and Susan – Fiona said feed the plant by applying plenty of well rotted manure or chicken poo pellets (yes! ... (and I wouldn't use it for that anyway when you can use washing up liquid as effectively). The adult (1/5 inch long) is a black and yellow, 4-winged non-stinging wasp (sawfly) that is rarely noticed. So this evening I looked up sawfly on the internet and discovered that the gooseberry sawflies are also partial to red and white currants. What do we need to do to the bushes to help them recover? Thanks for all the ideas on this site great. So now we are at war, there are five of us (two humans and three Min Pins) up against millions of hungry and potentially ravenous new born caterpillars. I hadn’t even heard of gooseberry sawfly before this year. In the old days, Grandma used to throw her dirty dishwater on her garden plants to control pests. We returned from holiday to find both gooseberry bushes stripped of all their leaves but still laden with fruit which appears to be ripening. You can buy insecticidal soaps but many people make up their own using a teaspoon of washing up liquid diluted in 3 litres of water. Washing up liquid in water sprayed on reduces the surface tension so beasties lose their footing and fall off the plants. Sawfly love conditions that are humid too, wet even the better, so make sure the plant is in the right position and not overgrown by other plants, or even over shadowed. Sorry to have missed your comment. This year we only found one, but came back from hols last week to find the squirrel (presumably) had eaten all the unripe fruit – Aaagh!! Thanks so much for this tip! I think I ought to get rid of the Solomans Seal and my life might Good luck all for next year. Pyrethrum works on contact with the insect so it is advisable to spray in the evening when beneficial insects such as bees are not active. You can also net your greenery to prevent butterflies getting there in … And this is nothing new. These pests are a pale green larvae that look very close to caterpillars, and gooseberry sawfly cause rapid destruction of your plants. Shop vacs have both a suck and release feature, which allows you to deposit them into a trash bag or container full of dish soap. Wear gloves if you are squeamish You can wear gloves if you like. I have 4 gooseberry bushes in 12 inch pots waiting to go into a fruit cage when I build it. someone asked on a gardening forum. Sawflies are yet another common garden insect that we see nearly every day on the farm. Both gooseberry bushes were stripped bare. Will A unique organic solution to control Caterpillars, Box Moth, Codling Moth & Gooseberry Sawfly. The neem ingredients accumulate in the tissues deeper inside I live north of Lichfield, Staffordshire. In the short time between mid-spring and harvesting they can completely defoliate bushes. Washing up liquid will work but can be a bit harsh and can cause damage to the plant tissue. Washing up liquid in water sprayed on reduces the surface tension so beasties lose their footing and fall off the plants. Hero Member; Location: Hastingwood. Re: Gooseberry Sawfly « Reply #9 on: March 28, 2012, 12:15:50 am » a gardening program suggested wood ash round the base, when you shake the bush they can't climb back up. Boxed them up to show kids and tried feedin cabbage, lettuce, sprout leaves, broccoli to no avail! I use water with a couple of drops of washing up liquid in - you have to do it a few times though. If you are squeamish about removing them with your fingers use a toothbrush and some diluted washing up liquid to brush them off. What time of year is this a problem? Try Green Gardner (01603715096; www.greengardner.co.uk”, To reply to another query – I cut both the gooseberries and jostaberry back and they are now again in full leaf (just ready for the new assault but I now make daily patrols), I read somewhere that they also lay their eggs in mulch and compost so be careful with the manure top dressing. Many gardeners have a love-hate relationship with caterpillars. Viv, I asked Fiona about eating the fruit after spraying and she said Yes – assuming that the instructions on the spray do not indicate otherwise. Keep in mind, this soap is … I must have picked up this tip subliminally from Gardener’s World (BBC Radio4) as I swooshed the green paint over my clients’ garage doors. Love gooseberries and get plagued by these every year. Sawfly Damage. Help! grahamhobbs » Tue Apr 06, 2010 10:09 am, Post: # 192357Post I would dig it up, wash off all the soil, ... so digging it up and washing off the soil isn't a problem. I will also try the mix of olive oil ( 150 ml ) washing up liquid ( 300 ml ) plus about 500ml of water option. I keep bees so only spray late evening when they are not active as a drenching would not be too good for them! Last night I stalked down to the kitchen garden to peruse the potential gooseberry and currant harvest. Use a hand fork to carefully check the soil beneath the bush for cocoons. Yellow gooseberry sawfly - in the palette of colors red and yellow colors prevail. And in general, a typical liquid dishwashing soap, one without added bleach, perfume, or… Neem oil repellent: how good is it, how to use it, recipes for neem insect repellent. In my garden they strike in 3 waves starting from the 3rd week in April running until June. In this article, we’ll cover: How to ID pelmetman » Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:24 am, Post: # 192348Post Want to talk about fruit and nuts? I have just planted two goosegog bushes and will be mighty cross if they get got! Plants' tender new growth can be severely damaged if sprayed with … Gooseberry sawfly loves gooseberries and currants (although my currants don't ever seem to suffer much). Find the best way is to continually pick them off by hand but it needs doing at least twice a day to get rid of them. Gooseberry sawfly control. While adults are unable to sting, the larvae of species such as the spitfire sawfly regurgitate a distasteful irritating liquid, which makes predators such as ants avoid the larvae. I must have picked up this tip subliminally from Gardener’s World (BBC Radio4) as I swooshed … Gooseberry sawfly: description and methods of control Very often on the gooseberry bushes can be seen tiny insect, painted in red and black or yellow, with a look similar to a fly. marshlander » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:48 am, Post: # 192345Post You could squish them. It is very dangerous for the sheets, because it is on the area of the sheet that the adults lay eggs. "Can I use neem oil as an insect repellent?" ". My gooseberry bushes were stripped bare this summer by gooseberry sawfly ... At room temperature it is solid, but goes liquid again within a couple of hours in the airing cupboard. Thanks everyone one of our bushes got hit, but not the other. These sawfly creatures are like locusts and we would love to hear advice on how to deter them in the first place, if that is possible. Robert – thanks for that sound piece of advice. If dealing with aphids, remember washing up liquid is not soap, it is a powerful detergent designed to de-grease a frying pan. Got any problems? Anyway, my question, since the bush has not been completely annihilated, will it have any chance of recovering this year? Adults will fly and take off, but if you get close enough, you can suck up sawfly adults also. I do not like to use chemical sprays on fruit or vegetable plants. One dose of malathion does. Put it in a spray bottle and spray it all over your rose leaves. Both gooseberry bushes were stripped bare. Last year my gooseberry bushes were stripped bare by little green caterpillars. My mother did morellos in brandy, they were fabulous and you could just eat them with a spoon as well as drinking the brandy! My blood pressure immediately raced. mdjlucan. These hungry worm-like pests won’t let up anytime soon until they’ve chewed through your leaves and left a veiny skeleton behind. Perhaps it was the adrenalin and desperation that made me creative with my exam answers. The traditional way is to turn the family chickens into the fruit garden over the winter to … How it works: Simply apply the Nemasys Fruit and Veg Protection 3 times at 7 day intervals. do I move it all straight to the fridge…, Easy and deluxe prawn, spinach and gnocchi recipe, Two recipes: Wild Damson Gin and Sloe Gin recipes, Duncan’s pickled nasturtium seeds recipe (UK capers), Setting up the drip feed water watering system for the summer, Angela’s recipe for elderflower champagne. Washing up liquid doesn’t work. Q – A few months ago I started growing Brussel Sprouts on my balcony but recently they’ve been attacked very badly by caterpillars. Now after netting off my bushes with a temp cover just until I build a proper fruit cage, I noticed that (I think) the birds have pecked off some buds. Many gardeners regularly use dishwashing liquids (or other soaps) to treat insects and spider mites on their plants. The urban guide to becoming self sufficient'ish, Post: # 192327Post 2 tbsp (30ml) phosphate free washing up liquid (label may say safe in septic tanks) 2.2 lts water Avoid spraying in bright sun as it can scorch foliage. 0. Leaves are just starting to come out on our bush so I'll be on patrol. A quick googling of garlic spray insecticide gives a whole host of variations on the theme including varying amounts of garlic, boiling not cold water and the addition of drops of washing-up liquid or vegetable oil. Recipes and anything about Cooking, ↳   Tomorrow's World (Computing and Tech), ↳   Swap Shop, Trading Area and Seed Swap Area, ↳   Bring back the Goodlife - and other Television and Radio related things, http://www.theparttimesmallholder.blogspot.com, http://ramblingsofasunflowergal.blogspot.co.uk/. I’m going to try and get hold of some wash asap. The muddy…, Drip feed is the best at about 2 drips/second. The sawfly also attack Aquilega which I have growing in among some of the bushes. I do put a few drops of washing up liquid in. bonniethomas06 » Tue Apr 06, 2010 1:02 pm, Post: # 200097Post A sawfly on a gooseberry - a photo of an adult. Make sure you also have a nice open structure for the air to get through. (Each pack will treat up to 60 sqm of plants.) Thanks, Your email address will not be published. Logged Lesley x I'm not good, I'm not bad - I'm just me, and sometimes I have to apologise for that . Often I’m drawn in to a topic that I didn’t know existed. If you put this in a sprayer it knocks the aphids off the plants easily. I too use weak solution washing up liquid and water. Because I kept (and keep) getting inundated with questions about We had them last year, but if you have the chance when the little monsters are spotted, you can put a white sheet under the bushes, shake them off and squish them. Why? reply Fiona Nevile November 3, 2009 Hi Lis Sorry to have missed your comment. I'm sure I spotted a sawfly buzzing around them. Insecticidal Soap (Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids) & Pyrethrin- The soap will penetrate the insect's shell and kill it by dehydration. Generally I passed. Also turn over the soil around the plant to expose larvae for the birds to pick at. Is their a better or worse washing up liquid to use, I use Lemon Fairy. I immediately thought sawfly. Rated 4.8 /5 based on 57 customer reviews. ... Never used nematodes as yet. The little bu**ers pupate in the soil beneath your fruit bushes so netting them won't do any good and besides, net fine enough to thwart the sawfly will keep pollinating insects away. 'Fraid you have to use your fingers and squidge them. I used the wash and it seemed to work although I did get another infestation this year but strangely very late in the season and after I’d picked most of the fruit. This is one way to get rid of sawfly larvae without chemicals or poisons. Foliar drenches of Nemasys Caterpillar Killer carefully timed in early May and July will apparently solve the problem. Came across this while searching ‘caterpillar’ ‘food’ and ‘gooseberry’ Aah, not cute little caterpillars that will turn into butterflies!! Also, the gooseberry sawfly has three separate life cycles in a year so the nematodes / chemicals need to be applied three times in a year to be really effective. Your email address will not be published. marshlander » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:45 pm, Post: # 192379Post It saved ours being totally ravaged. A few species leave galls on the foliage. Mix your own by using a teaspoon of washing up liquid in 3 litres of water. . I shot down to the fruit cage and spotted hundreds of small caterpillars guzzling our currant bushes, and thousands of eggs waiting on the stalks to mature and continue the devastation. This is especially useful for carrot fly, sawfly and butterfly and moth pests. You can buy it, or make your own with a small squirt of washing-up liquid in a spray bottle of water. Tiny hands had clapped with glee at the prospect of fruit vodkas and chic jellies and tarts. First year I think it was the awful weather that affected the flowering but last year it was caterpillars and although I picked them off daily the damage was already done so no fruit. Mildew is most likely to bother plants that are spaced close together, so be sure to allow for adequate air circulation. dianafaery » Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:54 pm, Post: # 200148Post Nemasys Caterpillar and Codling Moth Killer is the simple solution to control Caterpillars & Gooseberry Sawfly. The aphids are unable to breath under a coating of soap and subsequently suffocate. Heads up the gooseberry sawfly is back again for another season. Clearing greenfly with water and washing up liquid on geranium cuttings So, you need to get rid of sawflies and their larvae. As with most flying insects it’s the larvae that do the damage. As I was Find the best way is to continually pick them off by hand but it needs doing at least twice a day to get rid of them. The female sawfly uses this ovipositor to saw a slit in plant leaves and stems, into which she then lays her eggs. Hi I found this article after googling for christmas cake! I read about the sawfly and it seemed like the culprit but I do try to avoid chemicals in the garden and washing up liquid sounded too easy. I use washing up liquid and use about 1 tsp per 1.5 litre of water that goes in my sprayer, seems to work for me. Millymollymandy » Wed Jun 16, 2010 5:11 am, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB LimitedStyle by phpBB Spain. I made this website to educate people, not to push products.But over the years I also realised that maybe it's not entirely fair to tell people about neem without telling them where to get it. This guaranteed a restless night, especially if the tome was large. Checking the plants, there are small green caterpillars which I assum Gooseberry Sawfly in Grow Your Own - Page 1 of 1 JillStephens7 » Tue Apr 06, 2010 9:55 am, Post: # 192352Post Scraping off the eggs works very well, use washing up liquid and gloves to get traction because they are sticky and tiny. When I was at school and hadn’t revised properly for an exam, I put the main course text book under my pillow hoping that magically the information would be transmitted into my brain as I slept. ot sure what you do after that though. View. But would have done far better if I had prepared properly for the exams. The sawfly's name comes from its ovipositor (or egg laying tube), which is saw-like. A leaf hopper may take a couple of bites, but that's it. I’ve just made this chutney and it’s delicious, the citrus ingredients work really well and overall there’s a great depth of flavour with a taste of s…, I have a Rosa lutea, it must be 20 years old now, covering a pergola & taking over a Magnolia nearby. Then it turns in to a small catipillar which strips the leaves. Since I've only got 6 bushes I just pick them off before they make any progress. The phloem, the outermost layer, contains hardly any. Take some natural Ivory liquid soap and mix it with water, 1 tsp soap to 6 oz of water. When disturbed, the larvae of most sawfly species adopt an S-shaped pose, often raising their rear ends and waving them about. Gooseberry sawfly larvae are pale green and look like caterpillars. thesunflowergal » Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:02 am, Post: # 192359Post The sawfly is in all its glory. Washing up liquid doesn’t work. They take it up into their tissue, and it works from the inside. The effect of an attack by gooseberry sawfly is to remove all the foliage from your plant, the fruits themselves are not eaten by the flies. They will make a tasty treat for the chooks this year, I seem to remember a spray made of boiled laurel leaves will kill the larva. The greenfly on the gooseberries is easily dealt with a soap spray like Trikidiki suggests. I have some berry drop but I've mainly managed to save most of this year's crop.. You can remove the soil once the berries and leaves are off and replace it so the sawfly can't lay theri eggs in the bush again. Only put in my first goosegog last year and didn't do any fruiting but, my neighbour on the lotties simply threw a net curtain over his and they did really well, could this be an answer? Not a gooseberry in sight for 2 years. Anthracnose I’d usually wake feeling tired and stressed. 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