One of the simplest definitions every gardener can give aphids is that they may be small, but they’re terrible. Aphids pose a lot of harm to your plants—even succulents. Some carry diseases while some use their sharp mouth-like part to feed on the sap of your plant’s leaves. The thick sap of succulents makes them even more susceptible to aphids. Moreover, the honeydew that aphids produce encourages black mold and attracts ants. To put it simply, they do nothing but damage the leaves and further weaken the plant.
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