Use Safer Deep Root Injections
Jan 11, 2019
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Woolly Adelgid Aphid Alert

The white cottony masses contain the tiny eggs that will hatch in the spring. Newly hatched Aphids feed on the Hemlock needles for food.



Small infestations can be controlled with deep root injections. Larger infestations can be controlled with oils sprays and injections. Two applications may be needed each season for advanced cases.

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