knowing certain things... AND THEN I started taking a closer very small buds- GALL MIDGE! I've never
had them before, but they are spread here and there everywhere. I removed all of the infected buds I could find, and
sprayed an insecticide on the clumps that were showing signs, as well as the plants next to them. I have about 2000
seedlings from last year and this year, but none of those show any signs of midges, just clumps over 3 years.
Deryll said:Sue, the Daylily Journal has had articles about it. And all of my buds did not open, they blasted/ dried up and many were
contorted. It is possible that thrips are part of the problem as well-