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On the last visit, the dessert was replaced by an even less satisfying sago pudding made from a starch of various palm stems.
Q: White scale insects are present on our sagos, bamboo and gardenias.
Q: The underside of my sago foliage is being covered with a white scale.
White cycad scale is one of these that seems to sneak into the plantings to quickly cover trunks, leaves and inflorescence of the sagos to cause their decline.
Seeds from female sagos should be disposed of in January.
Although all parts of the sago are toxic, the seeds are highly toxic to dogs, and there have been numerous fatalities over the years in our area.
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Origin and Etymology of sago
First Known Use: circa 1580See Words from the same year
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