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Japanese Beetles

Japanese Beetles can cause extensive damage to trees, including defoliation and weakened branches. Symptoms of infestation include skeletonized leaves, irregularly-shaped holes, and browning or wilting of leaves. If you notice these symptoms, it’s important to act quickly to prevent further damage. Try removing the beetles by hand or using insecticides, and consider applying a protective covering to the trunk of the tree. Additionally, make sure to water and fertilize your trees regularly to keep them healthy and better able to withstand pest attacks.

Mole Crickets

Mole crickets can cause significant damage to tree roots and the surrounding soil. Symptoms of infestation include brown patches of grass, soil mounds, and visible damage to tree roots. If you suspect a mole cricket infestation, it’s important to act quickly to prevent further damage. Try applying an insecticide to the affected area, and consider using cultural practices such as regular watering and fertilization to improve the health of your trees and soil. You may also want to remove any nearby weeds or other vegetation that can serve as a food source for mole crickets. Taking arborist help can protect your trees and prevent costly damage in the long run.

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