It takes more than a tiny leaf mining weevil to kill a vigorously growing elm tree.
Don’t let emerald ash borer scare you and your ash to death. Use this updated bulletin and related tools to save your trees.
Woody plants in cities and home landscapes are threatened by scale insects. Learn how to choose the best control for your scale problem.
Avoid injury from falling ash limbs by promptly removing dead and dying ash trees. Don’t do it yourself! Hire a professional to safely remove your brittle trees.
Dusty looking spruce, arborvitae, boxwoods and rhododendrons in the fall could be signal the presence of cool season spider mites.
Eliminate stinging threats from ground nesting wasps by treating them at night when they are all tucked in their nests.
Control spider mites by mechanical control and improving conditions for predators and fungi. If needed, follow up with pesticides to rescue ailing plants.
Protect flowers from caterpillars through early detection and selective pesticides
Timing of defoliation, health, and type of tree influences the likelihood of recovery and survival
Now is the time to look for Japanese beetle injury to see if action is needed to protect your plants.