Sep 13, 2018
Are your plant’s leaves starting to look like they have white or brown squiggles all over them? If so, leaf miner larvae may be hard at work. These tiny larvae chew tunnels through the interior of leaves, creating a complex network of damage that is highly distinctive.
Other than making the leaves of your plants look strange, are leaf miners dangerous to your plants? What are some of the more prevalent versions, and what plants do they impact? We’ll go over all of this and more in this guide to eliminating the leafminer menace!
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