Monthly Archives: November 2014

Evidence of Twig Girdlers Can Be Apparent Now

Twig girdlers are gray-brown wood boring beetles with a pair of antennae that are about as long as their ¾-inch long bodies. They are active from mid-August into October when the female lays her eggs. Twig girdlers can be responsible

Posted in Landscape Trees & Shrubs

German Yellowjackets Are Human Space Invaders

Most encounters with yellowjackets occur when people are working around or inadvertently mowing over underground nests of the eastern yellowjacket or the common yellowjacket. The German yellowjacket is an exception; this species invades our space to build a nesting site.

Posted in Household Pests