Young, expanding leaves are curled and distorted, with purplish red spots, often crescent shape, on the undersides. The leaves soon turn yellow and drop. Minute black insects are feeding and laying tiny white eggs on the insides of the rolled leaves.
Apply an insecticide labeled for Cuban laurel thrips, following label directions.
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