Is it just me, or is there something about Spring that makes you really want to get out and enjoy your yard?
But it can be hard to relax and enjoy when your trees look like this…
Recently, we’ve discovered a new threat to the beauty of our tropical landscapes: the Rugose Spiraling Whitefly. This particular whitefly first appeared in Florida in 2009 and is believed to have arrived from Central America. The Rugose Spiraling Whitefly can attack a wide range of host plants — from gumbo limbos and cocoplums to live oaks, mangoes, and a variety of palms.
Have your plants been infested by Rugose Spiraling Whiteflies? Read the rest of this entry »