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Giroud Tree and Lawn explains why proper timing of Spotted Lanternfly Treatments is vital for Fall 2020

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Adult Spotted Lanternfly are swarming area trees in a record-breaking year for the invasive insect. Not only do Spotted Lanternfly pose a risk to the health of trees and plants, they also cause some really gross problems for homeowners.

Tick Hot Spots in the Yard: Giroud Tree and Lawn explains where ticks can be hiding in the yard and what...

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- While some bugs are just annoying, ticks carry a variety of diseases that can pose serious risks to people and pets, says Giroud Tree and Lawn. Fortunately, there are many actions homeowners can take to protect the property from these dangerous insects and the illnesses they can carry. It all starts with knowing where ticks love to hang out in the yard.

Time-Sensitive Treatments for Spotted Lanternfly in Pennsylvania Need to Be Scheduled Now Before the Adults Emerge

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Adult Spotted Lanternfly will be emerging a few short weeks, and it's expected to be a record-breaking year for the invasive insect, says Giroud Tree and Lawn. Not only do Spotted Lanternfly pose a risk to the health of trees and plants, they also cause some really gross problems for homeowners.

Giroud Tree and Lawn: How to Combat the Spotted Lanternfly Now in the Nymph Stage

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Spotted Lanternfly is a destructive insect that has invaded the Philadelphia area. All winter long, their eggs lay waiting for the warm weather, carefully encased in a protective, hardened layer of secretion. Now that they've emerge as nymphs, it's time to take action!

How to Capture and Eradicate Spotted Lanternfly Nymphs in 2020

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Spotted Lanternfly is a destructive insect that has officially invaded Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery Counties! All winter long, their eggs lay waiting for the warm weather, and the Spotted Lanternfly Nymphs have already started to emerge. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn share what to look for and how to capture and destroy these destructive insects.

Easter Bug Hunt! Kids Staying Home From School can Keep Busy with a Spotted Lanternfly Egg Hunt in the Yard

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Spotted Lanternfly are beautiful but destructive insects that have invaded Pennsylvania. The good news is kids can help get rid of Spotted Lanternfly! The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn share why these are bad bugs, and what kids need to know to go on a Spotted Lanternfly Egg Hunt!

Giroud Tree and Lawn explains how to identify the difference between mole and vole damage on lawns in 2020

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Mole and vole damage to lawns, trees and shrubs is common in Pennsylvania, but identifying the difference between the two can be confusing. Each of these two pests can cause mild to serious damage on a homeowners property, and late winter is when the effects are often seen.

4Ry, Inc. and USDA to Develop Innovative Spraying Technology to Combat Cattle Tever Ticks

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- 4Ry Inc. announced today that 4Ry® and Texas A&M AgriLife Research have signed a research agreement. They will collaborate with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) to more efficiently and effectively spray cattle to eliminate cattle fever ticks.

How to Check for Signs of Spotted Lanternfly Before Purchasing a 2019 Christmas Tree

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Finding the perfect Christmas trees is one of the highlights of the holiday season. However, with the recent invasion of the Spotted Lanternfly, many Pennsylvanians are left wondering if they should be hesitant about bringing a possible tainted topiary into their home. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn explain what to look for on Christmas trees before buying one.

Dead Ash Trees Can Cause Destruction During Winter Snow, says Giroud Tree and Lawn

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Emerald Ash Borer is a dangerous insect that invades and destroys Ash trees. They have killed thousands of trees across the country since they first appeared in 2002. As winter storm season approaches, there's something in particular that makes infested Ash Trees a big cause for concern- Dead Ash Trees are Dangerous!

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