Thanks to the advice of experts from the Plant Clinic, understand the diseases of your flowers and learn how to treat them. Today, it is a vine that is submitted to Frédéric Marque following the appearance of blisters on the surface of the leaves. Follow his analysis and recommendations on video!
Question from the user
vine trellised along a fence, outdoors. For some time, the leaves have had small blisters which create deformations on the foliage. >>
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Auscultation and diagnosis
Thanks to the photos submitted to Frédéric Marque, the diagnosis is quick and simple: this very common disease is caused by mites. Microscopic insects also called red spiders, they have an annoying tendency to clump on plants or in feather and down bedding, which causes allergies in some children.In this case, they bite the underside of the leaves of the vine, which causes deformations and discoloration on the surface.
The only remedy that can stop this disease is an insecticide called acaricide. It works by disrupting the cellular respiration and the nervous system of the mites and can even have a sterilizing effect on females, thus preventing any development of the colony. For this, take care to spray the leaves of the vine carefully underside, because this is where the insects will be most numerous. You too, ask your questions at The Plant Clinic! Also discover how to care for a vine affected by mildew.