Landscape Insect Control
Are your shrubs or ornamental trees experiencing bag worms, tent caterpillars, aphids, spider mites or other plant defoliating insects? Mild Indiana winters over the past several years have led to an enormous climb in plant insect infestations. Bag worms are most commonly found on arborvitae and pine species. Early treatment upon detection in June will save you the headache of having to deal with these plant defoliating and tree damaging insects before they start to invade.
Tent caterpillars form white webs on branches of trees, mostly crabapple and even some oak species. As with bagworms, left untreated, tent caterpillars are not only aesthetically unpleasing, they can defoliate and otherwise damage your trees and shrubs.
Our Grow Pros Lawn Care professionally licensed team members treat infected trees & shrubs as well as any surrounding trees & shrubs to insure the insects won’t pop up in any other parts of your yard or ornamentals.