Although the number of palm trees affected by the "picudo rojo" red beetle now exceeds 5,000 and despite the beetle having spread to previously unaffected parts of Mallorca, there is hope that there might be an improvement to the situation, owing to efforts being concentrated on ensuring that towns that do not currently have a problem continue to not be blighted. The greatest numbers of infected palms are Palma with 1651 and Pollensa with 848.
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Monday, April 22, 2013
MALLORCA TODAY - Improvements to palm beetle situation hoped for
Labels: Mallorca, Palm trees, Picudo rojo, Red beetle
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