Garden Types - Created Date : 21.8.2019
Houseplant Horrors - Mealy Beetles
House plants make an excellent contribution to every home, unfortunately, as the seasons change, some harmful insects seem to be affecting their tiny destructive heads!
Perhaps you have recently seen cotton-looking insects in your plants. These pesky little pest, succulent insects. Fleshy insects have piercing / suction mouthpieces which they use to suck fluids from leaves and sources, and peeling facilities of essential nutrients in the process.
Insect insect infestation, if not taken from the plant, a black fungus known as “sooty mold oluş will form a sticky waste residue known as Honey Blossom.
There are several different ways to remove mealybugs:
If you see the ladybird nearby, take it slowly and place it on the infected plants. Ladybugs will swallow meat blackberries and remnants.
Spray the plant with a steady stream of water until the insects are cleared.
Use alcohol on a cotton ball with a toothpick or a commercial “Q” swab to check the broth. Gently wipe until all insects and sweet extracts are removed.
Place the whole plant in the sink, tub or outside and spray with water (high pressure) to wash all the insects.
Create the soapy solution you want, we have listed it in order of preference. Spray the plant liberally, making sure that all succulent insects are covered, but the plant should not drip. Also, avoid letting the mixture drip directly onto the soil of the affected houseplant.
How to Prevent Mealybug Infestations:
Quarantine all new plants brought home for 10 days, keep them away from existing indoor plants and watch the traces of infestation by pests.
Do not over-water plants as they attract succulent insects and other harmful insects.
Although fleshy insects are not known to “bite insanlar people, be sure to wash your hands and clothes thoroughly, leaving a sticky residue as they can irritate and irritate your skin. .
Melissa Burnell, known as "Liss" by her friends and fans, grew up in Southern Maine, now living in South Carolina. As a busy wife, mother of two sons, an avid photographer and freelance entrepreneur, Liss understands the value of both time and money.
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