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Lace Bug Control and Treatment

Lace Bug Damage on Azalea
Brown patches of leaves on an Azalea indicate damage by Lace Bugs

Lace Bugs can cause serious damage.  In the Philadelphia area, Lace Bugs attack Azaleas, Birch, Hawthorn and Pieris Japonica.  Lace Bugs voraciously suck fluid from leaves.  Damage can be severe including leaf discoloration, loss of vigor and premature leaf drop.

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Yellow, white or brown raised spots on leaves are a warning sign.  In cases of severe Lace Bug infestation, the plant may have large patches of brown. Plants should be monitored regularly for signs of Lace Bug infestation.

Treatment protocols will depend on timing and the severity of the infestation.  If you suspect that your tree or shrub has Lace Bugs, schedule an inspection now.

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