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Problem Solver > Azaleas > Whiteflies

In terms of garden pests, whiteflies can be one of the most bothersome pests a gardener can have. Whether they are on ornamentals or vegetables, whiteflies can be tricky to control, but not impossible. Let’s take a look at the answer to “How do I get rid of whiteflies?”


Some of the symptoms of a whitefly infestation in your garden include a sticky film that appears on the plant leaves, yellowing or silvering of leaves, stunted growth and uneven ripening of tomatoes and even sometimes plant death. The way to determine if you specifically have whiteflies is to inspect the insects you have on your plants. Typically, the can be found on the undersides of leaves and like their name, they look like tiny white flies or moths.

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