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Fig (Ficus) Whitefly Control

Fig (Ficus) Whitefly

South Florida has a new variety of whitefly referred to as Fig (Ficus) whitefly.

This fly can affect a wide variety of South Florida's beautiful tropical plants such as:

weeping fig
Weeping Fig
Ficus Benjamina
Ficus Benjamina
Black Olive Trees
Black Olive Trees
Banyan trees
Banyan trees
Palms
A wide variety of Palms
Cuban Laurel
Cuban Laurel

What To Look For:

The adult whitefly resembles a very small moth with a yellow body and white wings with a faint grey band in the middle of the wings. Immature stages (eggs and nymphs) can be found primarily on the underside of the leaves. Adult whiteflies typically can be seen flying from the foliage.

Your homes landscape can amount to 25% of your home's value. Don't allow these invaders to destroy your beautiful South Florida Landscape.

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