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Plant Doctor

Even the best care can not prevent snails, aphids and other pests from infesting your plants. If you know exactly what has affected your plants, you can fight it successfully. Here, you will find a list of the most common pests and diseases that may occur in your garden and the Neudorff formulations to control them.

Neudorff’s wide range of highly effective formulations helps you care for the health of your plants. Please see product labels for detailed conditions of use and application directions.

Registered trademarks are owned by Neudorff. In North America, you'll find Neudorff’s formulations in leading lawn and garden brands!

Plant Pests

Neudorff formulationFerramol® / Sluggo® Slug & Snail Bait Bug-N-Sluggo® Insect, Slug & Snail Bait Pyrol® Pyrethrins & Canola Oil Insecticide Vegol® Insecticide Neudosan Insecticidal Soap Neudorff Bug Bait SPy Sulfur & Pyrethrins
Pest name       
Adelgids       
Ants       
Aphids        
Asparagus beetle       
Caterpillars       
Colorado potato beetle       
Chiggers       
Crickets       
Cutworms       
Diamondback moth larvae       
Earwigs       
Flea beetle       
Fungus gnats       
Fruit Fly       
Gypsy moth caterpillars       
Grasshoppers       
Japanese beetle       
Lacebugs       
Leafhoppers       
Leafrollers       
Mealybugs        
Mites       
Pear Slugs       
Phylloxera       
Pillbugs       
Plant bugs       
Psyllids       
Sawfly larvae       
Scale       
Spider mites       
Spittlebugs       
Sow Bugs       
Slugs       
Snails       
Tent caterpillars       
Thrips       
Whitefly       

 

Plant Disease

Neudorff formulationCueva® Copper Soap Fungicide RTUCueva® Copper Soap Fungicide ConcentrateSPy Sulfur & Pyrethrins (RTU & Concentrate)Vegol® Canola Oil Insecticide (Concentrate)
Disease name
Alternaria blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Alternaria brown spot
Angular leaf spot
Anthracnose (leaf / fruit spots)
Ascochyta leaf and pod spot (leaf / fruit spots)
Bacterial blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Bacterial Canker (Pseudomonas syringae)
Bacterial leaf blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Bacterial leaf spot
Bacterial soft rot
Bacterial speck
Black Rot
Black Spot
Blight
Blue Mold (Downy Mildew)
Botrytis (leaf) blight
Bottom rot
Brown Rot
Brown rot blossom blight
Cedar Apple Rust (leaf / fruit spots)
Cercospora (early) blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Cercospora leaf spot (leaf / fruit spots)
Citrus Scab
Colletotrichum needle blight
Coryneum Blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Downy mildew
Early blight
Fire Blight
Flyspeck (leaf / fruit spots)
Fruit rots
Fruit spot
Gray mold (Fruit rot)
Greasy spot
Late blight
Leaf mold
Leaf scorch
Leaf spot
Melanose spot
Mucor fruit rot
Mycosphaerella leaf spot
Neck rot
Peach leaf curl
Phomopsis Cane and Leaf Spot
Phomopsis leaf blight (leaf spots)
Phyllosticta leaf spots
Phytophthora mildew
Powdery mildew
Quince Rust (leaf / fruit spots)
Rhizoctonia blight
Rhizopus fruit rot
Red alga (Florida)
Rust
Scab (leaf / fruit spots)
Sclerotinia Blight
Septoria leaf spot
Septoria (late) blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Soft rot
Sooty Blotch (leaf / fruit spots)
Southern leaf blight (leaf / fruit spots)
Turf: Ascochyta leaf blight
Turf: Cercospora leaf spots
Turf: Dollar Spot
Turf: Rust
Ulocladium leaf spot
Web Blotch
White Mold (Sclerotinia)
White Rust