Many palm species in La Mesa are showing the signs of South American Palm Weevil (SAPW) infestation. However, Canary Island Date palms are the major victim of SAPW. Though it is a non-native insect infestation for palms, unfortunately, the Canary Island date palm species is their favorite snack. They also attack Acai palm, African oil palm, coco de palmito, edible date palm, and sago palm.
Once they attack your palm trees, the infestation of weevil in the crown will make it tilt and look like brown, drooping fronds. No sooner the crown may detach to the trunk due to infestation than fall on the ground. So, you have no time to waste when you see black adult weevils or white larvae in the crown region; quickly look for bed bug removal experts in La Mesa.
SAPW has the potential to take down your palm tree, which looks perfectly healthy, and that too in a short space of time. With so many palm trees in La Mesa, the spread of infestation is unsurprisingly effortless. Hence, before any weevil begins to feed on the palm heart and kills it, call our palm tree healthcare specialists for South American Palm Weevil Treatment in La Mesa.