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Old 08-04-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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WEB worms hi/in trees


What is a good preventitive to rid my hardwoods of these critters. What do i spray on the ground? I wrapped burlap around the trees and stopped most of them on one tree. There has to be a different way to go bout this. I kiled a ton of bees [underground bees] with gasoline and a burning rag. Does somone have a way he/or she does this?They got passed my burlap, after the wind tore it to shreds, can i spray ?and what on the ground/if this is the proper way.....and an ideal time to do this?help my trees look bad bob s

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The only way I know is to have the trees sprayed by a professional tree co.

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Any recomendations for diy type worm killing strategy
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http://insects.about.com/od/insectpe...allwebworm.htm

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