Answer: Without a positive ID of the pest, I really can't suggest a control. I would suggest a licensed pest management pro to inspect and ID the insect. Then they will suggest some treatment options. Many of the pesticides today are much safer than in the past, and some applications such as pyrethrum, and or pesticide soaps. These pesticide alternatives are many times available at local nurseries.
Again please start with proper ID.
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