A Quick Tip On How To Check For Bugs

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Care and Culture, Growing Indoors, Growing Outdoors, Insects

In this post I’ve given you a quick tip on how to check for bugs on your plants!

In addition to using your eyes to inspect plants for insect activity, you can also use your breath! Breathing on plants sometimes causes still insects to move in response to the carbon dioxide in your breath. And, since carbon dioxide is used by plant (they convert it to oxygen), blowing on them gently is a nurturing gesture as well.

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One response on “A Quick Tip On How To Check For Bugs”

  1. mary moylan says:

    My bromeliad has a white dusty film on the plant. It produced a lovely pink flower but looks now ugly.. What can I do to save it? Leaves are somewhat split… Do you have seeds of this plant?

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