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Indoor plants: Getting rid of Scale bug

Scale insects are the most serious pests of many ornamental plants. Scales cause damage by sucking plant fluids from leaves stems, and sometimes roots. Some species feed on the underside of leaves, which can appear as small yellow spots or chlorotic lesions. Heavily infested plants look unhealthy and produce little new growth. Heavy infestations can cause extensive leaf yellowing, premature leaf drop, branch dieback, and plant death.

The video below contains a demonstration on how to fight scale bugs without pesticides.


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