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The hemlock woolly adelgid is a serious pest of Canadian hemlock in the eastern United States and of western hemlock used as an ornamental in the Pacific Northwest.
We've discovered a new way to detect EAB during the first year (a year earlier than previously).
Are you worried the emerald ash borer is destroying your trees? Read more about the emerald ash borer and what solutions are available to combat this nasty beetle in our "Emerald Ash Borer Resource Center"!
Mites are nearly invisible, but they can cause destruction that will surely be noticed on a variety of indoor and outdoor trees, shrubs and plants.
If infestations continue, spruce spider mites may kill tree branches and possibly lead to tree death. Save your trees from these pests with the following tips.
Caused by a water mold known as Phytophthora ramorum, Sudden Oak Death can have a fatal effect on numerous types of trees.
This species is an armored scale with a hard, waxy covering. It damages hemlock needles by inserting needle-like mouth parts into leaf tissue and removing cell fluid.
Most Ips beetle problems occur on newly transplanted pines or plants under stress. Prolonged drought can increase Ips beetle infestations.
In this episode of Talking Trees, Davey Expert and ISA Certified Arborist Jim Houston discusses Diplodia Tip Blight and ways to prevent damage to your pine trees.