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Help! Adonidia Palm Foliage Problem

Posted by zdaudert (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 3, 13 at 13:58

Hello, I have three "sets" of Adonidia palms in a garden bed that all seem to have the same pest. The foliage is has yellow/brown spots and, if I look closely at the "higher" fronds, there are very tiny things that might be bugs. They look like tiny worms but I can't detect them moving or anything. It's hard to see any details on them as they are so small.

I'm hoping someone on this forum knows what they are and how I might get rid of them.

I've posted a couple of photos here:
https://plus.google.com/photos/117603077938335080105/albums/5919455912533409121?authkey=CKHEstnQgPm1BA

Thank you!


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RE: Help! Adonidia Palm Foliage Problem

Your link to photos only produces an error message for me. Why don't you post the photo directly here? Use the "Image file to upload" button that is contained in every "Post a Follow-Up"


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RE: Help! Adonidia Palm Foliage Problem

Hi Yardvaark. Thanks for the tip!

I'll add a few posts here with photos.


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RE: Help! Adonidia Palm Foliage Problem

And another view. This shows the higher fronds.


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