And how to treat it organically.
They might be aphids. Take a spray bottle with a few drops of dish soap and water and spray the leaves on both sides,
Could be mealy bugs (probably not) or white mites. For the mites, after you spray them, place a yellow plate or container nearby with petroleum jelly (or other sticky substance) on it. The mites are attracted to yellow and will get stuck in the goop.
I always take leaves to my local nursery for answers. Usually very willing and helpful. Best of luck to you.
They look like aphids, here's a link on what you cab do to get rid of them:
Have you considered looking at Companion Plants to grow with your spinach, these repel pests naturally. Just Google "Companion Plants" and look up spinach.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/spinach/common-spinach-problems.htm#:~:text=Common%20Spinach%20Pests,on%20the%20foliage%20and%20roots.
Hi Parv: Yup, looks like aphids to me, too. Here's a site that tells all about them and how to get rid of them: https://getbusygardening.com/controlling-aphids-on-houseplants/ Good luck
I agree with the aphids.
Hello these links might be helpful
Water and Dawn dishwashing liquid in a spray bottle. spray the leaves and rub them gently. What you have are moth eggs. The dishwashing liquid will break the bond with the leaf and rubbing will wipe it away. Hope this helps. :)
would you really drink or eat dawn dish soap it should not be used in any garden for anything unless you are trying to kill your plants and soil and beneficial bugs in gardens.
I use Neem oil!
If they are already picked and you want to eat them just rinse them off with cold water.
look like mealy bugs to me - touch eat one with cotton swab soaked in alcohol - rinse well before YOU eat!
mealy bugs are oval shaped small white/cream colored furry with lots of legs pics https://www.google.com/search?sa=X&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS750US750&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=Mealybug&ved=2ahUKEwjQqp-tr4TqAhU4JDQIHYeiB30QiR56BAgSEBY&biw=1366&bih=657
produce everyone gets in stores are picked and treated to be perfect so consumers buy them. most garden grown veggies produce just won't be that perfect. There is nothing wrong with your produce if the spots bother you cut/tear them out of the leaves before you eat them. use non toxic Neem oil on your garden veggies
Neem oil is a vegetable oil obtained from the seed kernels of Neem tree (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen of the tropics and sub-tropics. It is deep yellow in color and has garlic–like odor. It contains active ingredients like azadirachtin, nimbin, picrin, and sialin.So is neem oil safe? When used properly, it is non-toxic. ... Additionally, since neem oil insecticide does not target bugs that do not chew on leaves, most beneficial insects, like butterflies, and ladybugs,as well as pollinators are considered safe.
Thanks everyone, sorry for delays. These are not bugs kind of eggs and I already sprayed with soapy water now they are less . Thanks again