Fig, Weeping (Ficus)
Symptom Cause  
Angular yellow spots limited in size by the veins, become brown and fall off.
Bacterial Leaf Spot
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Borers tunnel through the bark and make small holes in the bark of the trees. Most borers are attracted to weakened, damaged, dying or dead trees. They are often considered secondary tree attackers because they attack only after a plant has been weakened by other stresses.
Borers
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Swollen, often distorted areas in plant tissue
Galls
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They leave pale green or white trails as they eat their way between the layers of a leaf. They are not common on indoor plants.
Leaf Miners
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Branch wilts, loses color, tree can die. Soft body insects covered in a white waxy substance, female lays visible eggs that look like a cotton- collection on tree of about 200 to 600 eggs.
Mealybug
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Leaf mottling, severe leaf distortion; light or rusty spots on fruit, fruit drops
Mosaic Viruses
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Small knots, swellings, root growth impaired; tree stunted, weakened. Infested trees may appear stunted with very few feeder roots. The roots may have reddish brown lesions that eventually turn dark.
Root Knot Nematodes
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Tiny yellow spots on the underside of leaves. The rust on fig leave’s underside then spreads to the upper portion and the spots become reddish brown.
Rust (on plants)
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Small, smooth bumps on plant parts, may kill leaves/twigs They excrete a sticky, sugary substance, called honeydew, on the leaves and stems on which they are feeding. May also produce white, waxy egg masses on stems and the undersides of leaves.
Scale
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Affects the tips of young twigs and new shoots, causing their tops to brown and die
Tip Blight
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