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What are Mealy Worms
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Have you ever noticed certain cottony formations on your succulents? That formation is a common pest of indoor plants called a mealybug. Mealybugs are a common pest in greenhouses that affect ornamentals, houseplants, and fruits. She enjoys eating our pasta, especially its new shoots. Although there is no obvious idea why this appears, most of the time, this happens when we overwater our plants. Mealybugs Image: IG@homesteadbrooklyn What are mealybugs? Mealybugs are soft-bodied...
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