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I have agave that are being eaten by something. The bug is sucking circles and areas of the gel and plant and it’s leaving pale less fleshy parts as well as some that go brown. It’s not snails as I have been out at night and not seen any. What else could it be?? Could it be earwigs and what do I do to stop this? I have photos but I don’t know how to upload them for you to see.

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There are a couple of pests which like to attack Agaves. Red Spider Mite can cause considerable damage to a plant leaving the plant skin brown and disfigured and is a symptom of the dry conditions that the plants are grown in, use a special miticide insecticide such as Nature’s Way Insect & Mite Killer Natrasoap Gun – its in a ready to use spray. Mealy bug is another one use an insecticide such as Yates Bayer Confidor Insecticide – Ready to use spray. It is a systemic insecticide which targets sucking insects.

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