How to Get Rid of Whiteflies on Plants

Vacuum the flies - Sucking via a vacuum cleaner is one of the simplest ways to deal with whiteflies.

Pruning - Remove any contaminated leaves from the plant using a snifter. Cut all contaminated leaves and branches as much as you can without destroying the plant using a gardening shear.

Prepare for repellent solution - Before adults begin to lay eggs, a repellent solution must be applied.

1 gallon of water and 1 scoop of dish soap Fill the spray bottle with the solution and wash affected leaves and branches.

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Natural Predators - Many insect species enjoy feeding on pests such as whiteflies, spider mites, and aphids.

Big-eyed bugs, damsel bugs, green lacewings, lady beetles, ladybugs, and minute pirate bugs are all beneficial insects.

Use traps - A sticky yellow pad may be purchased at a gardening shop or made at yourself.

Repellent plants -  Plants that repel whiteflies include French and Mexican marigolds, as well as nasturtiums.

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