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Winter Moth Control

Contrary to what it’s name suggests, winter moth does it’s damage during late April and May as a caterpillar!  This caterpillar eats the foliage of many of our native trees and actually begins feeding before leaves even emerge from their buds.  Damage from this pest can include significant to total defoliation and can have long term detrimental effects on trees.  Signs of a significant outbreak include moths flying around outdoor lights in late fall and lacey foliage or falling leaf debris in May or June.  If you are concerned about tree health or aesthetics or if you are simply tired of the terrible nuisance winter moth can cause, speak with one of our certified arborists to hear how we can help.

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