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Pineapple pine not looking well..

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rookie629

Our pineapple pine was transplanted last July when new landscaping was put in and now its showing some funky brown stuff on it and leaves are turning brown. Is it dying? or insect infested? What should we do?

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Peter G

Is this another name for Phoenix Canariensis ?

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PalmatierMeg

Never heard that term before.

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Alicehunter2000

Palm leaf skeletonizer.....I believe it is a moth....research it for proper pesticide....not fatal and probably seasonal thing. Your palm is most likely a Phoenix canarensis cut into the shape of a large pineapple hence the name. Welcome to Palmtalk. ...check the site out for other cool looking palms that you can landscape with.

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Phoenikakias

Besides your palm seems to suffer also from graphiola (phoenicis?), those black leaf spots... Apply copper- fungicide, it's very effective also against graphiola.

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rookie629

yes, Canary Island Date Palm, not pineapple pine, I meant palm. Thanks for the info.

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