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Re: Pseudococcus

Describe what is happening. Do you see dark splotches in the leaves, and if you look through the leaf, do you see bright places? Are there pale brown lesions with yellow green edges? Is there a slimy film on the leaves? Maybe it is not a bacterial blight, but a rot of some kind. Is the tissue becoming very soft, easily damaged, limp or droping? Does it smell bad?

If it is Pseudococcus, it is a bacteria, not a fungi originating in the soil. You would not see any connection with the soil, though it came from there.


On Jan 4, 2005, at 6:54 PM, Baumfarn Webmaster wrote:

Thanks for the fast response.
But are you sure we're talking from the same.
Both book says, that this devils come from to warm and to dark conditions, not to cold!
They are clearly outside the leaves. Not from the soil. Spraying with *correct* pesticides seems general recommended.
The plants are standing in our flat. Wish I have a greenhouse!

>> Also, wash your tools and hands, before returning to the greenhouse.
I will do!

Can you take a look at the pics ?

Thanks in advance

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