Are Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies attacking your yard?
Have you already called in the professionals to take care of the problem?
Now you’re probably wondering how long it’ll take to get your landscaping green and healthy again, right?
Well, our treatment can take 3-4 weeks to completely control a whitefly infestation and depending on how much damage they did to your yard, it could take weeks or even months for fresh green leaves to replace the ones that whiteflies destroyed.
Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies are literally sucking the liquid right out of the leaves, so by using a systemic insecticide (which is taken internally by being fed through the root system) we’re able to ensure that they receive a lethal dose of the product for a full 6 months at a time.
But don’t be fooled into thinking your whitefly problems are over! Once you’ve finally got your landscaping looking great again, you wouldn’t want to stop protecting it and end up with another black sooty mess!
The fact is, once this whitefly has moved into your neighborhood, if your yard is left untreated, it’s likely to be re-infested!
Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies migrated from Miami to Naples in 2009 and have continued to move north, covering much of Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach and the islands of Sanibel and Captiva. Unfortunately, we have every reason to believe they’re going to stick around for a while and receive calls about new infestations daily.
You may hear some companies claim to offer treatment applications
that last a full year. Although it’s possible, after conducting our own
research, we’ve determined that the systemic insecticides used tend to
loose effectiveness after 6-8 months.
That’s why our Rugose Spiraling Whitefly program is based on continual treatments every six months.
In most cases, this is no more of an investment than other once-a-year treatment offerings out there.
Here are some other questions we may be able to answer for you about Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies:
- What trees can Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies infest?
- Why is a systemic insecticide the best treatment for Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies?
- How can I tell if I have Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies?
The first step to reclaiming your yard from Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies is to contact us online for a FREE, no obligation inspection of your property.