Many of us have seen those white spots on palm leaves trees. We can make an assumption that they are caused by a serious infestation. But how do we know when this infestation has become so bad that it needs to be remedied?
There are many different methods for removing white spots, but a popular approach is to mix equal parts tea tree oil and vinegar with water. Dip a cotton swab into the solution, gently rub the white spot, then rinse.
Most likely, it’s something small, like a bug, but sometimes it’s larger, such as a disease. The most common causes of white leaf spots are fungal infections, which can be difficult to diagnose without a good microscope.
You could also try to spray them off with a homemade remedy. Some people recommend cutting out the spots and rubbing a mixture of lemon juice and salt into the cut area. You could also use a mixture of equal parts lemon juice and alcohol.