Bagworm Treatment in Fort Worth, TX.
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bagworm sick trees in Fort Worth, TX.
Bagworms What Are They?
They spin a small silk weaving of foliage and some small tree stems to make a living quarters. The silk lining is very hard to penetrate. They normally dangle from branches and look like an up side down Christmas tree and can affect a variety of host trees.
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Bagworms are not a problem ever year. However its important at the very least call your local Fort Worth Arborist, Company to ensure an inspection.
Trees and Shrubs Affected by Bagworms
To include most evergreens, basswood, Elm trees, Honey Locust, Indian hawthorns, Maples, Variety of oak trees, Persimmons, Sycamore, and willow trees. Just to name a few here in north Texas.
There are different species of bagworms and each one has different living cycles in Texas. They can defoliate a tree in a matter of days when they are in their feeding cycle from February through May.
The end result is a Moth that hatches depending on species from April through the summer. At this point they fly off and mate to start the process all over again.
Treatment for Bagworms
It is best and recommended to pull a few off the tree during winter. Store in a jar preferred dark place and wait for them to start to be active. At this point is the indicated time for pesticide treatment for best results. Treating bag warms any other time of the year has very little to no effect.
Type of Treatment
Use products that contain acephate (Orthene®) work very well and can be effective. For an organic treatment spraying soap or neem oil treatment for Bag Worms can also be helpful.
Safe Organic Tree Treatments
If you are looking for a quality and dependable Fort Worth arborist company that treats for Bag Worms effectively. Tree Service Fort Worth has the experience and a great customer service team. Please call us today at 817-502-9402 for your free tree evaluation.