My curry leaf plant was infected by thrips in the greenhouse. Before I had figured out they were infected, I brought them in the house, assuming it's getting cold and they are not able to bear that. I moved them out in the conservatory and pruned the infected leaves and have been spraying them with insecticidal spray. But now I feel that I have given entry to thrips in the house and any plant get in the house I see that they immediately start sucking!!! grrr How can I manage them in the house? I am really worried as my plants are mostly in the kitchen window pane. I have moved all apart from my orchid, but I know that thrips still do exist in my house. How can I get rid of them!! Please help. thank you. regards bijal
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
I would isolate your plant that may be infected and treat with Neem Oil.
Neem Oil is organic and safe for people and pets.
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