Huh? Tell me what? I'm sticking with powdery mildew. Mealy bugs have a
webbing at the leaf/stem joint and are usually underneath, not "dandruff" on
top of a leaf.
Giselle (and it is treated by brushing the leaves with sulfur that you buy
at the drugstore, btw)
Oh, Giselle. Try to lighten up a bit. Get that giant mealy bug out of your
posterior!! Or were you bitten by a dyspeptic spider mite?
Yeah sure that mealy covering is really effective camouflage, isn't it. If
it wasn't for that, you wouldn't have noticed the little bugger. More likely
it is intended to make them less appetizing to predators.
The alcohol; trick doesn't work very well. Its best to kill them with a real
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