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Holes are seen in the leaves. Holes are usually irregular in shape. Black or brown droppings can also be an indication of the presence of caterpillars.
White or ash-gray film that spreads over the upper and lower surfaces of the leaves of plants, usually the older leaves.
Leaves develop stippled or mottled yellowing and become dehydrated in hot, dry weather.