5 Evils of Plant Leaves

5 Evils of Plant Leaves The major pests that attack on leaves are as follows

1. Mealybug

are soft-bodied, sucking insects. They slowly suck the sap out of a plant which over time weakens it, stunts the growth and deforms the flower. You can liken sap in plants to blood in animals. The sap contains sugar which the insects love but can’t fully ingest and it oozes out on the plant.

2. Thrips feed

in large groups. They leap or fly away when disturbed. Host plants include onions, beans, carrots, squash and many 1. Mealybug are soft-bodied, sucking insects. They slowly suck the sap out of a plant which over time weakens it, stunts the growth and deforms the flower. You can liken sap in plants to blood in animals. The sap contains sugar which the insects love but can’t fully ingest and it oozes out on the plant.

 

3. Aphids

seem to find their way into every garden. They are small, soft-bodied insects that can survive in almost any zone. Aphids multiply quickly, so it’s important to get them under control before reproduction starts. Many generations can occur in one season. The good news is that they tend to move rather slowly and aphid control is relatively easy.

4. Cutworms chew through plant

stems at the base. They primarily feed on roots and foliage of young plants, and will even cut off the plant from underneath the soil. In most cases, entire plants will be destroyed; they do a lot of damage in no time at all. Even if only the bottom of the plant is destroyed, the top will often shrivel and die. Cutworm infestations in leaf-eating vegetables such as cabbage, kale, Chinese cabbage, Cantonese vegetables and ornamental flowers such as lotus, chrysanthemum, ferns, berna etc.

5. Worms roll leaves or wrap

leaves or Leafrollers are small caterpillars, reaching about an inch in length, often with dark heads and bodies in colors ranging from green to brown. They feed inside nests made from leaves of their host plants, rolled together and tied with silk. Once inside their leaf nests, leafrollers chew holes through the tissue, sometimes adding more leaves to the nest to keep themselves protected from predators. Leafroller damage is usually minor, but some years it may be quite severe. When there are lots of nests in a plant, defoliation may occur. High numbers of leafrollers may also feed on fruits, causing scarring and deformation. Plants affected by leafrollers include most woody landscape plants and fruit trees like pears, apples, peaches and even coconuts.


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