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The summer season is coming to an end and with that comes the start of fall. Many people prepare by putting away their hoses and getting out their rakes. Typically, pests and insects are last on the ... Read More >

Good News: the Brood X cicadas are mostly gone from the DC area! Bad News:  they left us an entirely new nuisance to deal with… A couple of months ago, we wrote about cicada oviposition and ... Read More >

The spruce spider mite (Olibonhychus ununguis) is a cool-season mite native to North America and is one of the most destructive kinds of spider mites for Evergreens. Spruce spider mites thrive during ... Read More >

Oak spider mites (Oligonychus bicolor) may be hard to see with the naked eye but they are a serious pest for homeowners and if left untreated can kill your Oak trees. Classified as arachnids, these ... Read More >

Spider mites are a common enemy of anyone who cares about their landscape plants. Classified as arachnids, these tiny bugs are less than 1/20 inch long when fully mature and look like moving dots to ... Read More >