These sap-sucking insects can cluster on the leaves and stems of potato vine, causing curling and yellowing. Regular spraying with a strong jet of water or application of natural insecticides can manage and prevent infestations.
This fungal disease thrives in cold, damp conditions and can lead to spotting, wilting, and dying plant tissue on potato vine. Removing affected plants, improving air circulation, and applying appropriate fungicides can control Botrytis Blight.
Slugs and Snails
These pests target young potato vine plants, consuming leaves and stems. Organic measures like diatomaceous earth or copper barriers can deter these pests, and hand-picking can also be effective.