Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn and its pest control

Written by Maggie

Aug 31 2021

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn and its pest control

Powdery mildew is a common disease and should be sprayed initially with 25% powdery rusting. Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn is susceptible to leaf blight during summer and fall heat, which causes the leaves to wither and die. The damage to Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn is also relatively large. In June, it needs to use 20% permethrin emulsion spray treatment.

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn picture

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn

Disease control of Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn

1.Powdery mildew

Powdery mildew is one of the pests and diseases of Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn and. It is mainly harmful to the leaves of the plant, which appear as blotches and gradually diffuse into large white powdery blotches at the later stage. At this time, using 25% of the powder rust ning dilution 2000 times spray on the surface of the plant can effectively treat powdery mildew.

2. Leaf blight

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn is bred in the summer and fall. High temperatures can cause leaf blight on plants. At the early stage of the disease, the leaves will gradually wither and die. At this time, ventilation management should be strengthened. At the same time, phenylene, carbendazim and other agents should be used to spray water every 10 days.

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn pest control

1. Horned spot moth

The harm to Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn is relatively great. In June or so is the horn spot poison moth peak period. Right now you can use 20% trichlorobenzene permethrin emulsion diluted 2500 times for spray prevention, also can use 90% trichlorfon 1000 times liquid instead of spray kill.

2. Small green leafhoppers

Small green leafhoppers are also a common pest of hibiscus mutabilis linn and attach to leaves. In the early stage, the leaves will gradually appear white spots, and in the later stage, the leaves will wither and die. At this time, use 500 times the fluid of 50% of the border to spray kill, and at the same time remove the surrounding weeds.

Hibiscus Mutabilis Linn

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