How to Control and Manage Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid is a destructive pest. It has severely affected the eastern and Carolina hemlock trees in the United States. The adelgid feeds on the sap of the hemlock trees and deprives them of nutrition and water. Severe infestation...
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What is Hemlock Woolly Adelgid?

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, scientifically known as Adelges tsugae, is a sap-feeding insect that infests hemlock trees. It is a native of Asia and was introduced into Pacific Northwest in 1924. Since then, this insect has been traveling to new destinations...
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What are Cyclamen Mites?

Cyclamen mites are an organic and conventional strawberry pest that thrive in humid locations, normally on areas with a perennial matted row system. These small bugs cannot be seen by the naked eye. What is a Cyclamen Mite? Cyclamen mites (Phytonemus pallidus)...
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Cankerworm Control: How to Kill Cankerworms

Cankerworms, also known as inchworms or loopers, are devastating pests that commonly infest shade trees such as beech, oaks, maples, apple tree, black cherry, birch, basswood, elm, and many others. The larvae feed on the new leaves, thereby causing major...
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What are Cankerworms?

Cankerworms are common pests of shade trees such as elm, apple, hackberry, maple, Basswood, hickory, box elder, black cherry, beech, birch, and many others. They are also known as inchworms or loopers due to their distinctive “looping” motion. Cankerworms have...
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