By Michael Complete Guide to the Rugose Spiraling Whitefly We hope you enjoyed our latest series of blog posts about rugose spiraling whiteflies! We know how frustrating
By Michael If you’ve successfully eliminated a spiraling whitefly infestation from your yard, congratulations! Now it’s time to look at your strategy for the future. As with
By Michael One of the questions we often hear is, “How quickly will my spiraling whiteflies be gone?” Assuming your plants are receiving properly-applied systemic insecticide, it
By Angela The pesticides most commonly used to treat spiraling whitefly infestations contain neonicotinoids (nee-oh-NICK-uh-tin-oids). These chemicals were developed to mimic the natural insecticidal properties of nicotine,
By Angela As with any pest infestation, there are multiple ways to bring the problem under control. The ideal method of spiraling whitefly elimination is to support
By Angela Before treating, you should be sure that the symptoms in your landscaping are actually caused by the spiraling whitefly instead of other pests or diseases.
By Angela The Rugose Spiraling Whitefly was originally called the Gumbo Limbo Spiraling Whitefly, because the first plants it was seen attacking were gumbo-limbo trees. Unfortunately, this
By Angela It’s natural to be worried if you start noticing dying leaves, wilted foliage, and yellowing in your plants and trees. You may be concerned that