Ficus Whitefly in Palm Beach County & Broward County
Ficus whitefly is an exotic pest first detected in 2007. It was first reported attacking ficus trees and hedges in Miami-Dade County, but now it is found in all of South Florida.
Don’t Let Whiteflies Ruin your Ficus Trees and Hedges
The ficus whitefly causes extensive damage to ficus trees and hedges. The leaves of ficus trees infested with whiteflies begin to turn yellow before the leaves are dropped from the plant. Defoliation is one of the most obvious symptoms of an infestation of ficus whitefly. However, if you have defoliation, you have had the whitefly for numerous months. In addition to defoliation, there can be branch dieback.
Hometown Pest Control has an effective program to keep ficus whiteflies from attacking trees and hedges. Our program is based on recommendations from the University of Florida.
We have fully-trained technicians and specialized equipment to service both residential and commercial properties.