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Ficus nitida

Michael Evans asks:


My Ficus nitida leaves have curled up. What's the problem?


Sounds like your Ficus nitida has some insect damage. Small insects with piercing sucking mouth parts can cause leaves to curl. Common culprits include Thrips, Mealybugs and Aphids. Open the leaves that have curled and look for signs of damage or small insects that may be damaging the ficus. I recommend using a systemic insecticide to control such sap sucking insects.

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