Whatever you call them, insects have the potential to be the most damaging problem in a landscape. When insects attack, they disrupt normal plant function. Keeping insects within a safe threshold, is the key to effective control.In most cases, we like to say it’s ok to have some insects. In a normal environmental situation there will always be insects, both good and bad. Problems with trees and shrubs arise when the harmful insects outnumber the beneficial insects within a landscape. Left untreated, valuable landscapes can fall victim to insect infestation, damage and in some cases, death.
Controlling insects is possible through dependable insect identification, understanding insect life cycles and appropriate treatment options for unique landscapes.By understanding these things, we can provide the appropriate treatment for the insect invaders.