Are you worried that Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies could damage your precious palm trees?
Do you know what signs to look for that they could be infested?
Up until about a year ago, most homeowners had never heard of Rugose Spiraling Whitelfies until they started to look into why their palm’s leaves were covered in a black sooty mold. If you’re reading this, you’re one step ahead already!
Be on the look out for any white spirals that start to form on the underside of the leaves of your palm trees and plants. Gumbo Limbo trees, coconut palms and bird of paradise are a few of their favorites, but they can affect a long list of others.
Next you’ll start to notice a black substance on the tops of the leaves and you may even notice it spreading to cover anything surrounding the infested tree.
If you’ve missed both of these signs, you may start to notice your trees starting to turn brown and dropping leaves.
If you aren’t sure if you have Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies, call us to do a free inspection. We’ve developed a treatment for Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies that kills and prevents future infestations for up to six months!
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