Asked July 29, 2021, 2:58 PM EDT
Deschutes County Oregon
Haskap, also known as Honeyberries, do not have many pests. Leaf damage is generally caused by the leaf roller. This does not look like leaf roller damage. Leaf damage on the outer edges like this is usually caused by one of two pests. Leafcutter bees, if the proportions are regular. Irregular holes suggest grasshopper damage. You may be seeing the damage this season because the heat and drought has diminished the grasshoppers regular food supply. Keeping your Honeyberry plants healthy and stress free will help them fend off the damage done to the leaves. I'm going to attach an article on Honeyberry care to ensure you're doing all the right things to keep them healthy.
Haskap In The Garden
Also an article on controlling grasshoppers in the garden and general landscape.