A website for gardeners has published an article about how to control plumeria pests. The article lists eight different types of pests. Seven of these pests have embedded websites. The article describes the symptoms of plumeria being affected by these pests. It details how to find out which pests are attacking the plant. It goes on to describe how to fight off these pests. Methods include spraying water or soap onto the plants, or picking the pests off by hand. A color photo of caterpillars (one of the pests) is included.
- Many plants with promblems have leaves that start to yellow and then brown, followed by dropping.
- Plumerias are susceptible to many pests common in many gardens, requiring attention
- The easiest treatment for garden pests on plumerias is to spray them with a strong water spray. If that doesn’t work, insecticides may be called for.
“The first, easiest, and least expensive pest control for plumerias is to spray the plants with a strong jet of water.”