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Webworm!

By now, you have probably noticed the spindly, white, webbed nests of the fall webworm emerging. Not to be confused with the eastern tent caterpillar. The nests of the webworm tend to be much larger and messier than that of the tent caterpillar. Also, the webworm weave their nests nearer to the ends of the [...]

June 28th, 2018|

Fall Webworms Spotted

Fall Webworm Our pest management technicians are starting to see fall webworms appearing in a variety of different host trees and ornamental shrubs, including cherries, crabapples, birches and walnuts. Their nests (or "webs") are usually constructed at the ends of branches, unlike the eastern tent caterpillar (seen in springtime) which builds its' nests [...]

August 28th, 2013|