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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.

Tree Care Industry Association has Cancels This Year’s 2020 TCI Expo that Scheduled for October

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The 2020 TCIA Expo was slated to take place in Baltimore, but has been canceled according to Synertree, LLC. This comes as a result of all major events being canceled in Baltimore due to COVID-19. The Expo is the world's largest tree industry event, drawing over 4,000 tree care industry professionals from across the globe.

Tree Care Marketing Co, Tree Leads Today, Sees Its Most Explosive Growth Amidst the Pandemic

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- "The tree service companies that consistently thrive are those that ramp up their marketing efforts during times of recession, such as the economic downturn of the COVID-19 pandemic." This statement comes from Don Dowd, owner and founder of Tree Leads Today. "During economic lulls, many make the mistake of scaling back their marketing out of fear."

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.

Tree Marketing Program Innovator, Tree Leads Today, Sees 595% Growth Year Over Year

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Tree Leads Today has grown more than five-fold during the past year, which its founders say is a strong testament to the effectiveness of their tree marketing program.

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