Spotted lanternfly is here and continuing to spread across the states. If it continues, the impact could be devastating. Recently, Don Grosman, Arborjet Entomologist, attended two spotted lanternfly (SLF) summits.
Fireblight spreads quickly between trees in close proximity. Pollinators, rain and wind can spread the disease. Description & Treatment Fireblight is a bacterial disease affecting apple, pear, crabapple, hawthorn, and
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture this invasive pest “could be the most destructive species in 150 years.” Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive pest, originally from Asia that is currently
Misleading discussion on winter’s polar vortex wiping out Emerald Ash Borer populations in the Midwest
Over the last couple of weeks, there has been a tremendous amount of news around the polar vortex, and the unusually frigid conditions in the upper Midwest. Temperatures were recorded
It’s that time of year! We need to start planning our attack on that pesky bacteria that we are all too familiar with, Fire blight. Though some seasons are worse
Now that the dog days of summer are through, it’s time to get out there and apply fall treatments to protect your clients’ trees into the spring! Although there are
With hurricane season in full swing, preparation plans are critical. In addition to storm preparation kits and emergency plans, it is also important to develop a plan to protect landscape
Ahhh…. the dog days of summer are here and soon the leaves on the trees will be turning beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red. For those of us in
Japanese beetles hatch early in the summer, typically around July 4th, leaving most of the season for them to cause plant damage to forests, farms, flowers, ornamental trees, and shrubs.
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