Category: Insect Problems

Tree Banding: A Cure For Cankerworms
During the Fall and Winter season, a certain pest begins to rear its ugly head (particularly in the direction of… read more
Is There Something Bugging Your Trees?
Summer is here and now’s the time when all sorts of bugs will be showing up on your property. One… read more
Taking The Sting Out of Summer Pests
It’s that time of year again when the weather gets sticky and humid, and our homes get bombarded by tiny… read more
Scale: One Tiny Insect, Some Big Problems
There are a wide variety of insects out and about this time of year—bees, flies, mosquitoes, and ants are some… read more
Beware the Emerald Ash Borer…
Nature works hard to protect itself. Trees have natural defense systems to protect themselves from disease or insect damage. Sometimes… read more
“The Tree Just Died Over Night…”
This is the comment we typically get after insects bore into the trunk of a mature tree or even a… read more
What’s Hanging In Your Tree??
Now that Japanese Beetles are on the way out, Bagworms are already in!  A Bagworm is just as it sounds;… read more
Lace Bugs
Description: Adult lace bugs are approximately one-eighth to one-quarter of an inch long and have a highly ornamented wing and… read more
Lecanium Scale
Description: Lecanium scale is a term used to refer to any of a dozen species of soft scales associated with… read more

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