Will Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies Kill My Palm Trees?

Are you worried that Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies will kill your plants and palm trees?

If you’re like many homeowners in Naples, Fort Myers and their surrounding areas, landscaping is more than just a monetary investment, it’s a labor of love. Your yard is something you put a lot of time into planning and nurturing, so it can be scary to see it suddenly wilting and dropping leaves prematurely.

We understand…but don’t lose hope!  

While the patches of white eggs and black sooty mold that Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies deposit on your leaves certainly isn’t good for them, most of the time your vegetation will survive. However, there is a chance that young trees, new plantings or already weakened landscaping could perish without intervention. A proper watering schedule and regular fertilizing will help plants stay strong and defend themselves against attacks from these kinds of pests.

If you want to keep your yard thriving and prevent it from looking like a dead-zone, we highly recommend a systemic insecticide as the most effective treatment for Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies. Once treated, infested Rugose Spiraling Whitefly Guide 02plants will begin to heal with a few days to a couple of weeks and will remain protected for the next six months. Larue’s Rugose Spiraling Whitelfy Treatment Program is the perfect solution for getting rid of an infestation, as well as preventing one from ever occurring!

For more insight into this relatively new threat to Southwest Florida, download our FREE GUIDE: 10 Things You MUST Know About the Rugose Spiraling Whitefly.

If you think that your property in the Fort Myers or Naples area could benefit from a Rugose Spiraling Whitefly Treatment, please call us at (800) 314-8813 or schedule a free inspection online today!