Pest’s Tropical House Plants
A wide variety of mites and spider are the most common.The two-spotted mite has a wide range of potential hosts, and very few plants inside that are completely immune to them. Adult spider mites are approximately 0.5mm and commonly reside at the bottom of the leaves. Feeding pattern of the surface causes the pages are dotted in a color plus clear. The damage is also evident in tape form. In severe infestations, the leaves begin to dry up and fall off the tropical house plants.
Aphid’s insects are very small and are in the new growth of the tropical house plants and at the bottom of the leaves. Aphids damage to plants by sucking plant juices and excrete sticky sap or shiny honeydew. This sap attracts ants and leads to the growth of black mold. Aphid infestations in plants are represented by white fur that insects leave behind when they change.
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The scales are fixed small insects, gray or brown and covered with shells. It is a common insect in plants inside. The scales suck plant juices and secrete honeydew, first creating a shiny surface, sticky that more later begins to stunt the growth of tropical house plants. The leaves begin to change color and die.