You know that sinking feeling you get when scale shows up on a plant? It's almost like a death knell for the plant unless you 1) quit your day job and spend untold hours manually scraping off the scale, or 2) use a very toxic systemic that sometimes kills the scale from the inside of the plant out (not your safest or most organic method of pest control, to say the least).
My daughter was at her wits' end with all sorts of pests on her Parlor Palm recently. She'd been able to tackle the white fly, spider mite, and aphids using something that makes you think you should be wearing HazMat attire, but the scale didn't budge. With only weeks to spare before the poor plant finally bit the dust, she happened upon Indoor Pharm, an amazing insecticidal soap made of food grade oil, essential oils, and potassium bicarbonate. It worked like a miracle. That's the best part. The next best part is that it did so without making her apartment a Superfund site.
Indoor Pharm is 35 fluid ounces of wonder, obliterating the pests I've mentioned, along with thrips, mealy bugs, mites, fungus, and more. No home with houseplants should be without it. Just goes to show you that sometimes there are ways to solve problems without compromising your health or the environment.
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