I have two sago palms that have been in the ground for at least seven years. Just recently they have a lot of white looking small eggs, or some kind of fungus that has attached to every one of the palm branches. Can you tell me what it might be and how to treat the palm to get rid of it?
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It sounds like scale or mealybugs. I would treat the plants with neem oil. This is organic and safe for people and pets and very effective on these pests. These articles will help: