Time to act:
Jan, Feb, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Soft-bodied, 4mm-long mealybugs are often found on greenhouse plants and houseplants such as cacti and succulents, feeding on their sap. They are covered by a white, waxy secretion, and congregate in leaf axils and other inaccessible parts of plants. They debilitate the plants and secrete a sticky, sugary honeydew that covers the leaves, which often results in further problems, such as sooty moulds.
Infestations of white, waxy insects on indoor and greenhouse plants, along with sticky honeydew on the leaves.
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cacti, succulents,greenhouse and house plants