Posted: November 05, 2021

In this WTHR TV interview, Mike Volz from Davey's Indianapolis office talks all about invasive bugs, such as how to spot them and what can be done to help your trees.

INDIANAPOLIS — "A lot of times when you’re looking for insect pests, you’re looking at the underside of leaves," said Mike Volz, arborist and District Manager at Davey Tree.

Mike Volz is a tree guy.

"Little bits missing here and there, you know various insects chewing or various leaf miners," are some of the things to look for, according to Volz. 

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