Using Science to Enrich Beautiful Landscapes
Locust trees get attacked by Leaf Hoppers once in a while and can be easily controlled using a soil systemic insecticide combined with fertilizer.
On a more serious note Locust trees can be attacked by Two-Lined Chestnut Borers which cause branch die-back. If you are seeing more than 3′ long dead limbs call us today to get a quote for borer injection. The injection will be much cheaper than removal or property damage resulting from falling limbs.
Posted on: August 4, 2015
What you’ll see…is wilting leaves and dieback of branches, often one at a time or on one side of the tree. This can occur over a number of years, with remiss...