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What are White Flies?Whiteflies are not actually flies, but related to aphids and psyllids. These pests are typically 1/16 inches in length, are white in color and have wings.

Adult whiteflies lay their eggs on host tree leaves and after hatching crawlers emerge. Once crawlers begin feeding on plant tissue, they molt into nymphs. Nymphs are flat, light green in color and have white, wax protruding from their bodies. Eventually, the nymphs become adult whiteflies and the life cycle begins all over again. Whiteflies usually fly up when infested plants or trees are shaken and settle back onto the tree shortly.

Whiteflies feed on tree leaves with piercing mouthparts, removing sap from the leaves. Feeding causes tree leaves to turn yellow, become distorted, twist, wither and drop from the tree prematurely. Trees infested with whiteflies may become stunted and develop a fungal disease known as sooty mold. Sooty mold is caused by the whitefly excreting honeydew, which is a gooey substance that adheres to the tree leaves and branches. Once honeydew is present, fungi sticks to it and causes sooty mold to develop. Sooty mold is a black, crusty fungal growth that covers a large portion of the infested tree. As long as whiteflies are feeding on a tree, sooty mold will be a problem. Although sooty mold does not usually kill trees, it can cause poor health and vigor due to decreased sunlight absorption. This is only a problem on trees with heavy coverings of sooty mold fungi.

PEST CONTROLWhiteflies can seem to come out of nowhere all of a sudden! They are easy to identify. When you move or water your plants and you see what looks like an instant snowstorm with minute things flitting all over, you’ve got whiteflies! At the first sign of them you want to take action as they multiply like crazy.

Whiteflies can be an indicator of phosphorous and magnesium deficiencies. You can correct magnesium deficiencies by mixing 4 ounces of Epsom salts with 1 gallon of water. Use as a soil soak for infested plants. We won’t say that this is a cure all but it can certainly benefit your plant especially tomatoes and peppers.

Let JV Buggs come periodically to monitor your home and help prevent an infestation with WHITE FLIES.


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